Scandal after the Ukraine match in ód.  One of the players stopped the fans [WIDEO]

The unpleasant scenes occurred after the end of the League of Nations meeting between Ukraine and Ireland. After the referee’s final whistle, dozens of fans ran onto the field, and the situation began to spiral out of control. One of the fans’ relatives set off fireworks, and another wanted to take a photo with a Ukrainian actor.

The situation became so tense that one of the Ukrainian football players had to intervene.

– Unfortunately, after the match, some fans entered the field. They wanted T-shirts, but they were immediately stopped by the staff, security, police and … Mikolenko himself, who attacked a delinquent! – wrote on Twitter Piotr Słonka, better known as “BuckarooBanzai”.

The match, which was held at ŁKS Stadium in Lodz, ended with a score of 1: 1. Artem Dubik scored a goal for the Ukrainian national team, while Ireland’s goal was scored by Nathan Collins.

It was another game played in our country to represent our eastern neighbors.


Paweł Raczkowski appeared in Ekstraklasa at the age of 27 and for twelve seasons earned the opinion of one of the best Polish judges. It wasn’t easy at first. The players on the field tried to take advantage of his young age and put pressure on him, and the coaches added coaches to them. He defended himself. In “X-ray” Raczkowski takes us into the secret world of judges – he talks about the funniest moments of his career, but also those where you need to get rid of your mistakes.

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