Two Eredivisie matches were again restless on Sunday. The game between SC Cambuur and FC Utrecht, which was played in Leeuwarden, was briefly stopped twice because supporters tried to enter the stadium, writes Football International (VI). During the half-time of the match between Feyenoord and PEC Zwolle, according to the Rotterdam police 24 supporters arrested. Also on Saturday, two Eredivisie matches were stopped because supporters invaded stadiums and fireworks were thrown.
The police in Rotterdam write that the arrests took place after supporters outside De Kuip threw “fireworks, cans and a crush barrier” at the riot police. In Leeuwarden, fireworks were also thrown onto the field. Twenty-one seconds after the start of the match between SC Cambuur and FC Utrecht, it had to be stopped. The teams were able to stay on the field. After eight minutes, the game had to be stopped again when fans threw fireworks again. Several had entered the stadium.
On Saturday, the duels between AZ and NEC and Heracles Almelo and Fortuna Sittard were temporarily halted because hooligans had managed to enter the stadiums. AZ supporters also strike according to VI fireworks in the parking lot outside the stadium in Alkmaar. In Almelo, supporters threw fireworks into the stadium. Due to the corona measures, football matches will take place without an audience until at least December 4.
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