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Leicester: Incidents Took Place With Legia Warsaw Supporters

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Leicester won 3-1 Thursday night against LegiaWarsaw in the Europa League. A victory which places the Foxes in first place in their group with eight points. It all came down to the first half of this meeting, which also saw incidents in the stands at King Power Stadium.

Indeed, as the English club led 3-1, Legia Warsawfans started lighting smoke bombs, before trying to storm opposing fans. The Poles then threw projectiles, before clashes with the police began. After the game, Brendan Rodgers said it’s not “something you want to see at a football game, to be honest. “

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