Trouble erupted at Saturday’s Serbian Super Liga clash between Crvena Zvezda and Partizan as rival fans threw flares and seats at each other and riot police.
Disorder broke out late in the first half when rival fans, separated by a buffer zone, started to throw broken seats at each other in the eastern side of the Marakana, forcing riot police to move in. But more serious trouble flared in the North Stand where Crvena Zvezda fans clashed with riot police forming a buffer zone between the two sets of fans.
As a result of this clash, several Crvena Zvezda fans were injured.
By the way, the game ended in a 1-1 draw.