UEFA opened a case against Arsenal after the match with Qarabag

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UEFA opened a disciplinary case against Arsenal because of two incidents with fans’ appearance on the football field during the Europa League match against Qarabag.

On the eve, the Gunners completed the Europa League’s group stage practically with the 3rd team’s representatives in the 1:0 home victory over Qarabag and confidently won their quartet.

That very dull match was marked by two incidents with strangers’ appearance on the field, including one at the end of the game, when a Qarabag fan committed the invasion, holding a political flag related to the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Now, Arsenal can pay for insufficient security measures. Sky Sports also adds that UEFA may have complaints due to the fact that the match at Emirates began with a three minutes delay.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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