A week is happening in Turkey: an incredible attack by a group of Trabzonspor supporters against Fenerbahçe players. After the match played last night at the Seno Gunes SporComplex Papara Park stadium in Trabzon, a city on the Black Sea, where the local team lost a match against Fenerbahçe, one of the most important teams in Istanbul, 3 -2. In the news, Fenerbahçe won the match after a goal scored in the 87th minute, taking second place in the Turkish Championship Super Lig, leaving Trabzonspor in third place. The commotion at the end of the match after the referee's triple whistle, as Fenerbahçe players celebrated the victory, the home fans came down from the stands and towards the opposing players, sometimes physically attacking them. Some visiting players responded to fans who kicked and punched them. Defender Bright Asayi-Samuel landed a right hook that knocked an invader to the ground, while Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi hit another supporter with a spinning high kick. Security personnel then helped Fenerbahçe players down the tunnel to the changing rooms. The incident occurred just months after Ankaragucu's president was arrested for punching a referee at the end of a match, prompting the Turkish Football Federation to briefly suspend the league.

Various Turkish media outlets showed footage after the match showing brawls between fans and players on the pitch. “An investigation was opened to identify the spectators who entered the field after Trabzonspor-Fenerbahçe and the events that occurred after the match”, these are the statements of the Turkish Minister of Interior, Ali Yerlikaya, defined the Turkish Federation of football (Tff). the situation as “unacceptable”, specifying in a press release that “the necessary criminal sanctions will be imposed on those responsible, after the investigations”

Türkiye: supporters invade the pitch and hit Fenerbahce players handle

Türkiye: supporters invade the pitch and hit Fenerbahce players

Turkish police arrested 12 people after supporters of Trabzonspor invaded the pitch following their home defeat to Fenerbahce, leading to violent scuffles with visiting players. This was announced by Turkish Interior Minister Ali Yerlikaya on X, also explaining that among those arrested was a person who threw an object at the Fenerbahce coach.

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