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Ugly scenes in the second leg of the landing between Dynamo Dresden and 1. FC Kaiserslautern. The match had to start a few minutes late.
Ugly scenes directly at the beginning of the second leg (Intermediate score 0: 0) between Dynamo Dresden and 1. FC Kaiserslautern (first leg 0-0) on Tuesday evening (24 May 2022).
The kickoff of the high-risk match (8:30 p.m.) was delayed by a few minutes. The FCK building caught fire. 3,000 or so traveling Palatinate fans resounded with lit fireworks and explosions of fireworks at the all-sold-out Rudolf Harbig Stadium.
Suddenly, firecrackers flew from the distant block into the rows of spectators. whistles sounded. It’s also clear that Sky co- commentator Torsten Matuschka is a lot of good: “Nobody wants to see something like this here. We want to see football played. It’s just plain stupid,” said the former Union Berlin pro. .
Dresden K-Block lit up as well. The stadium announcer for the Saxons repeatedly called on both camps to refrain from setting off fireworks and bonfires.
1. FC Kaiserslautern: 650 fans stuck on the train
The situation was already tense hours before the match. About 650 Lutheran fans were stuck on the Dresden-bound special train, where “Buildinformed. And that was ahead of what might be the most important game in the club’s recent history. “The train was delayed 90 minutes due to the closure of a track near Fulda,” Federal Police spokesman Holger Ulitsch said before the match.
Fans also noticed on Twitter. “The special train is probably over an hour before Fulda. It’ll be close,” wrote one skeptic.
In fact, the special train, which left Kaiserslautern at 10 am, was supposed to arrive in Dresden at 5:25 pm.
After the late special train arrived in Dresden (around 6:45 p.m.), FCK fans were immediately transferred to shuttle buses and taken to the stadium. (cw)