Shocking scenes as Feyenoord fans riot in Rome city centre.
Feyenoord fans rioted in Rome yesterday following their side’s 1-1 draw in the Europa League with AS Roma, leading to 22 arrests by the Italian police, BBC Sport reports.
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The Dutch side were visiting the Italian capital for the first leg of their Europa League last-32 clash, but the meeting has now been marred by this violence and unpleasant scenes.
It has been a bad week for football fans’ reputations, with Chelsea supporters racially abusing a man in the Paris metro station after a game against Paris Saint-Germain.
22 arrests have been made and eight fans charged in the riots in Rome, with government official Livio Ricciardelli calling for Feyenoord to pay for the damage done.