(AFP) – Atletico Madrid have been ordered to shut a part of their stadium and show an enormous anti-racism signal at their Champions League return match with Manchester City, Uefa introduced on Monday (April 11).
European soccer chiefs mentioned Atletico followers had proven “discriminatory behaviour” in the course of the first-leg of their quarter-final at Manchester City.
Spanish sports activities each day Marca ran a video final week of Atletico followers making a Nazi salute in the course of the recreation.
Uefa have advised Atletico they have to shut a piece of no less than 5000 seats and place a #NoToRacism” banner in the hole.
The Spanish champions misplaced the opener 1-0 on April 5 and host City in Madrid in the second leg on April 13.