Fan violence delays Lyon-Besiktas game in Europa League
Apr 21 2017 by Marjorie Miles
Earlier, Turkish fans had clashed with security forces in Lyon, leaving a stadium steward injured, an AFP photographer reported.
Jose Mourinho's side dominated the first half in Belgium and, after Jesse Lingard had hit the woodwork, Henrikh Mkhitaryan put the visitors ahead in the 36th minute.
Football hooligans around the world are fighting in the stands, brawling in the streets and generally causing mayhem wherever they go.
Genesio is tipped to opt for a 4-2-3-1 formation with Nabil Fekir playing as a number ten behind Alexandre Lacazette and between wide men Mathieu Valbuena and Rachid Ghezzal.
Twenty minutes later, Pinto tweeted: "Authorities at Stade de Lyon confirm @EuropaLeague match between @OL and @Besiktas can take place". Lyon waited until nearly time to score twice in two minutes.
The flashpoints come after UEFA increased police presence two days since the bomb which exploded next to Borussia Dortmund's team coach.
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