Fans invade the pitch for the second time in Ligue 1



Compiled by Ranjika Perera

At halftime, a group of Lens ultras invaded the pitch to face their Lille counterparts, located in another part of the stadium.

Ligue 1 was once again the scene of an outbreak of fan violence on Saturday (18), the derby between Lens and Lille having suffered delays after an invasion of the field by local supporters.

The two rivals entered the halftime 0-0 after a tense 45-minute opening. But they were forced to wait to resume the game as crowd problems caused the Ligue 1 shock to be temporarily postponed.

At half-time, a group of Lensois ultras invaded the pitch to face their Lille counterparts, located in another part of the stadium.

The attack appears to have been prompted by the actions of part of the outside support, who had earlier been seen climbing a fence separating them from the home supporters and throwing seats and other projectiles over the area. fence.

Mane makes history with Liverpool’s 100th goal

Sadio Mane enjoys playing against Crystal Palace, with the Eagles once again suffering at the hands of the Liverpool star as he took his Reds tally to 100 goals.

The Senegal international struck just before half-time to put the hosts 1-0 ahead in Saturday’s Premier League game. And not only has he taken an important milestone for his club, but he is also pursuing remarkable form in matches against South Londoners.

He has now scored in his last nine Premier League appearances against the Eagles, a streak dating back to August 2017. No other player in Premier League history has achieved such a feat, but in truth, Mane s is always delighted with these matches.

Including his time at Southampton, he now has 13 goals in 14 games against the Eagles, having failed to find the net on just one occasion which was also the only time he failed to come out on top. Match.

Liverpool continued their winning streak, as goals from Mohamed Salah and Naby Keita sealed a comfortable 3-0 victory for the hosts at Anfield.

Fans clash after Arsenal win over Burnley

Arsenal’s victory over Burnley on Saturday ended on a sour note as fans clashed and with the stewards in the stands at Turf Moor.

Martin Odegaard’s first-half goal sealed a 1-0 win for the Gunners, their second consecutive Premier League victory after starting the season with three straight losses.

But, spirits flared at the final whistle after Odegaard and his teammates celebrated on the pitch and hailed the visiting support. After the match, the Arsenal squad cheered their fans who had made the trip to Burnley and were in full voice after a vital victory.

Odegaard, Aaron Ramsdale and Kieran Tierney took it a step further by donating their shirts as a sign of gratitude.

These actions, however, were not well received by some of the Clarets supporters, and a scuffle quickly broke out between the two groups of supporters behind the goal.

With only a small footbridge separating the Burnley and Arsenal loyalists, the two sides loaded each other into an ugly end to the afternoon action and there was a downpour of rain. objects thrown in between.


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