German Cup: Hansa Rostock v Hertha Berlin halted twice by fan trouble

A German Cup first round game between Hansa Rostock and Hertha Berlin on Monday night was halted twice due to fan trouble.

The game was initially suspended for several minutes shortly after half-time when travelling Hertha fans set off a large number of flares in the away end of the Ostseestadion.

Midway through the second half, Hansa Rostock fans caused the game to stop again when they set fire to a huge Hertha banner that was stolen from Hertha’s Olympic Stadium in 2014.

After a 15-minute stoppage, the game resumed.

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash

Hansa Rostock hooligans set fire to a Hertha Berlin banner during their German Cup clash


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