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Euro 2016: Croatia boss Ante Cacic criticises ‘sports terrorists’ after crowd hassle

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The healthy, which ended 2-2, changed into halted within the 86th minute whilst flares from the Croatia quit rained down on the Saint-Etienne pitch.

Uefa has confirmed it’s going to look into the incident.

“They may be not really Croatia supporters. These humans are scary and I name them hooligans,” said Cacic.Jav Leech

Croatia has already been charged by using Uefa after crowd trouble in their commencing institution D game against Turkey.

Uefa stated disciplinary court cases would be opened on Saturday after they had obtained the respectable reviews about the trouble from the match delegate and English referee Mark Clattenburg.

Cacic also hopes the Croatian FA will take movement, adding: “The ninety five% of Croatian supporters are ashamed in the front of Europe.

“These are sports terrorists. That is maybe just a question about six to ten people. i hope they can be recognized and punished. I’m hoping the Croatia FA is doing everything to save you this, however it’s miles not possible to avoid.”

Uefa is also predicted to open disciplinary complaints towards the Turkish FA after some united states’s lovers spark off flares at the end of their 3-0 defeat by way of Spain in pleasant.

Before that recreation, three Spanish “ultras” fans had been arrested for seeking to bring flares into the stadium, while another three were arrested for wearing neo-Nazi banners.

Croatia were triumphing 2-1 while problem broke out, with some of the flares thrown onto the nook of the pitch, while a few Croatia lovers commenced combating amongst themselves.

Journalist Andy Mitten, who turned into at the game, informed BBC Radio five live: “i was in a segment full of Croatia lovers. The crew become gambling truly well, the lot changed into properly, the people round me had been glad but then I noticed a large line of police and squaddies building up in the front of the Croatia cease.

“It became clear they knew something became going to occur and it did take place. I saw fighting. It was horrible to watch.”

The Croatian players appealed to their fans to chill out, and after several mins, play was sooner or later able to resume.

But, with Cacic’s aspect seemingly laid low with the occasions, the Czech Republic equalised in the 93rd minute via Tomas Necid’s penalty after a handball.

“We have to say sorry to Uefa, sorry to the Czech Republic and to each person around the arena who loves soccer,” stated Croatia midfielder Ivan Rakitic