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theguardian - 1 month ago

Rayo Vallecano match abandoned after ‘Nazi’ Real Madrid draw

• Albacete’s Roman Zozulya accused by Rayo Vallecano fans
• Karim Benzema scores late equaliser for Real at ValenciaA Spanish second division match between Rayo Vallecano and Albacete was abandoned at half-time on Sunday after Albacete forward Roman Zozulya was subjected to offensive chanting from the home supporters, who accused him of being a Nazi. A statement from the league’s organising body said it agreed with referee José Antonio Lopez Toca’s decision to abandon the match, which it said was taken at the request of both teams, due to “grave insults and threats” made towards Zozulya.The game was goalless at half-time, and the Albacete midfielder Eddy Silvestre had been sent off in the 45th minute. According to the Spanish radio station Cadena Ser, Rayo fans sang “Zozulya you are a Nazi” at the Ukrainian striker, 30, who had a short-lived spell on loan at the Madrid side in February 2017. Continue reading...

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