Trouble flares at Leicester City v Legia Warsaw match as 'punches and missiles thrown'

Trouble flares at Leicester City v Legia Warsaw match as 'punches and missiles thrown'

Leicester City's Europa League Match against Legia Warsaw has been marred by scenes of violence involving travelling fans and police. The Foxes took a 3-1 lead in the match before half time at the King Power and it wasn't until the second half that the match was soured with violent scenes, after a large banner was unfurled over the stand containing the thousands of Legia fans. Flares were then lit which created a smokescreen while 100 Legila fans made their way across seats to throw punches at police, report the Irish Mirror READ MORE: Live updates and reaction from the match Leicester fans were left to watch the violence unfold, while Foxes keeper Kasper Schmeichel was seen shaking his head and looking bewildered at what was going on behind him. …
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