It has been announced that the fans who attacked the Spanish team’s goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic in the match between PSV Eindhoven and Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League were banned from the matches for 40 years.
PSV Eindhoven has announced the penalty for attacking Marko Dmitrovic in the UEFA Europa League match against Sevilla.
Sentenced to 40 years
In the statement made by the club, it was stated that the fans who attacked Dmitrovic were banned from entering the matches for 40 years. statements were included.
In the statement, it was stated that the attacker would not be taken around the Philips Stadium for 2 years.
He entered the game with someone else’s ticket
In the news in Reuters, it was stated that the supporter who attacked Dmitrovic was banned from the matches until 2026 by the Dutch Football Federation, and entered the Sevilla match with a friend’s ticket.
Sevilla’s Serbian goalkeeper, Marko Dmitrovic, who was a guest of PSV in the UEFA Europa League Last 16 Play-Off Round return match, was punched by a Dutch fan who entered the field in the extra time of the match.
After the match, Dmitrovic said, “He hit me, I had to defend myself. I can say that I have never fought in my life, but I wanted to hit him too. I know how to defend myself.”