Sport to Pyro Show in Amsterdam: UEFA examines incidents
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The massive pyro show of the fans at the Champions League game between Ajax Amsterdam and Borussia Dortmund could have a stake. The European Football Union examines the incidents before the game in Amsterdam and wants to announce "in due course" a decision, as the UEFA announced on request on Wednesday. On Tuesday night before the 0: 4-bankride, first of Dortmund fans on their standing pyrotechnics fired, then the AJAX fans moved in even greater extent. Besides Bengalos, firecrackers flew through the arena, the grandstand was wrapped in dense smoke, smoked smoke through the stadium.
Previously, a police control in the station Oberhausen fans of a Dortmunder UltraGruppierung, according to Federal Police pyrotechnics thrown away and then jumped into the cancellation trains. Overall, 21 partly self-made Bengalos were confiscated. The police had controlled the fans while changing in Oberhausen. Investigations were initiated.
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