Classic Standard-Anderlecht suspended for wrong behavior of fansApril 13, 2019
The game between Standard Liège and Anderlecht of the Belgian football championship was suspended today at the half-hour mark due to the bad and recurring behavior of fans of the Brussels emblem.
At the Maurice Dufrasne stadium in Liège, the semi-final of the champion's group was interrupted in the 30th minute, shortly after Paul-Jose Mpoku made the second goal of Standard Liège (2-0) , after a move in which Anderlecht's Kara Mbodji was sent off.
Anderlecht's fans again threw torches in the direction of the pitch, past Standard Liège goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, prompting referee Erik Lambrechts to finally suspend the match.
The same supporters had already been forced to interrupt the game on two occasions: in the opening moments when Standard scored a goal by Alen Halilovic but was even canceled by the refereeing team and shortly after Razvan Marin Michel Preud'Homme's team in the 22nd minute opened the scoring.
The formation of Brussels comes from three consecutive defeats in the championship and occupies the fifth place, being at risk of not even participating in the European competitions of next season. Standard Liège are third, behind Genk and Club Brugge, first and second respectively.
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