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FARE says banana thrown Rostov-Eindhoven Champions League game

In a match with a flurry of goals, Luuk de Jong's score seconds before half-time secured a 2-2 draw for PSV against Rostov.
FC Rostov celebrate
FARE says Rostov fans threw a banana on the field during Wednesday's UCL draw vs. PSV Eindhoven.

MOSCOW -- Russian club FC Rostov are likely to face a UEFA disciplinary case for fan racism after a banana was thrown onto the field during a Champions League game against PSV Eindhoven.

The FARE Network, which monitors racist incidents for UEFA, said the banana was thrown about eight minutes into Wednesday's 2-2 draw.

The banana remained on the field for at least 15 minutes.

FARE director Piara Powar said the body will send an official notification to UEFA.

 By Ben Gladwell

Axel Witsel focused on Zenit St Petersburg, not thinking of Juventus

Axel Witsel saw a move to Juventus collapse last month.

Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Axel Witsel has laughed off claims he is no longer committed to the Russian club and is only thinking about Juventus.

Witsel's move to Juve collapsed on deadline day while the Belgium international was already in Turin and had passed a medical.

He was forced to return back to Russia as Zenit did not have time to find a replacement, although he is still reportedly set to join the Italian champions next summer on a free transfer, if not in January.


UEFA deals partial stadium ban to Rostov for racist fan behaviour

FC Rostov celebrate
UEFA has dealt Rostov a partial stadium ban for their home match in the Champions League group stage.

UEFA has punished Rostov for racist behaviour from their fans by ordering the Russian club to close a stadium section at their home debut in the group stage of the Champions League.

UEFA says fans in Rostov-on-Don -- a host city for the 2018 World Cup -- were guilty of unspecified offensive acts during a playoff victory against Ajax on Aug. 24.

A 1,500-seat section of the Olimp-2 stadium will be closed when PSV Eindhoven visit on Sept. 28.

Rostov entered their first Champions League by finishing...