UEFA opens case against FC Copenhagen
Tuesday evening, Leicester faced off against FC Copenhagen in a Champions League match and won 1-0. Ahead of the match, FC Copenhagen Supporters sparked firecrackers. UEFA has decided to open a case against the Danish Superliga club for use of fireworks.
Another round of Champions League matches were played Tuesday evening. FC Copenhagen faced off against Leicester on away and lost 1-0. Ahead of the match, FC Copenhagen supporters sparked firecrackers in the away-part of the stadium.
Due to the incident, UEFA has decided to open a disciplinary case against FC Copenhagen.
-A disciplinary case has been raised as a consequence of the UEFA Champions League group match between Leicester and FC Copenhagen (1-0) played on October 18th in England, UEFA Media and Public Relations writes in an e-mail to a Danish media.