On Sunday night, the Copenhagen Club hosted Brondby’s capital derby in the park. The match ended with a score of 4-2 against FCK, in a match in which the Norwegian Tobias Burkeit (22) and Sigurd Rosted (27) scored the two goals of the away team.
But it was neither the outcome nor the Norwegians’ contribution that attracted attention in the wake of Sunday’s settlement.
During the match, fans of both teams used pyrotechnics such as smoke and torches. Players also claim to have been injured by objects thrown onto the field.
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The union opens a case
The Danish Football Association (DBU) has opened a case against both FCK and Brøndby.
This was confirmed by the head of DBYu, Jens Hurtskov, to Danish Wednesday night BT.
– We got the report from the match referee, who reported what happened. So, we have now asked both teams for a description of the situation, he tells the newspaper and continues:
Officially, a case was opened against both clubs, in which several violations were committed by both groups of fans.
My chapped skin
In the second half, Brondby’s Swedish player Simon Hedlund and FFC striker Jonas Wind were physically exposed to the behavior of the fans.
till then Danish newspaper Wind told Brondby fans threw Pyro at him during the second half.
“Several things flew onto the pitch, but you get used to that when you get close to their fans,” he told the newspaper.
He further said that he was also hit by an object thrown at the stadium by fans.
– I don’t know exactly what they threw, but it looked like an iron rod. At least it was warm and made my skin a little torn. Wind said that when she came towards me, I was able to get rid of her quickly.
Wind even scored two goals in a match that FCK won 4-2. After 18 months of not having full stands, the park could finally be filled and over 30,000 spectators attended.
– They gave us something extra, and the viewers are pushing us forward, so thank you very much to them, he said of the audience’s return.
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