Soccer players transformed from sports to martial arts athletes.
They did not shy away from group beatings.
Zhejiang FC, a member of the Chinese Super League
defeated Thai team Buriram United 3-2 in the ‘2023-24 season AFC Asian Champions League Group H preliminary round 5 match 지울프-토토
held at the Huzhou Olympic Sports Center in China on the 29th of last month.
Buriram (2 wins, 3 losses, +0) is 3rd, and Zhejiang (2 wins, 3 losses, -4) is 4th.
A major accident occurred after the game. Player Buriram fell after being hit by a Chinese player.
Buriram’s Azerbaijani striker Ramil Sheydayev was angry at this and charged at Zhejiang Sang midfielder Zhang Jazi.
Then the Chinese players collectively beat Sedayev.
Even the angry Buriram players tangled with the Chinese players
instantly turning the stadium into a fighting arena.
On this day, the two teams played an intense game with seven yellow cards exchanged.
The emotions that built up during the game eventually exploded after the game.
Even the Chinese audience became excited and angry.
Chinese home fans chanted “losers” at the Thai players.
Chinese fans defended the Chinese players who were collectively beaten.
The fight between the two teams lasted for about a minute.
The situation finally calmed down after stadium security guards arrived and stopped the players.
Players who played in the K League were also involved in the incident. Leonardo
who played a key role in winning Ulsan Hyundai last season
started as a saver and scored the equalizer to make it 1-1 in the 27th minute of the first half.
Buriram’s center back was none other than Kim Min-hyuk, who played for Seongnam last season.
The Asian Football Confederation expressed deep regret over the incident and announced that it would discipline the players through its own investigation.
The players involved in the fight are expected to be banned and fined at the AFC level.
But the case is not over yet. According to a report by Thailand’s ‘Siam Sports’ on the 2nd, Saydayev
who was angry at being beaten by Chinese players after the game, immediately declared war targeting Chinese players on his social media.
He said, “I’m still here! “Give me your address,” he asked, suggesting a “real-life showdown” to the Chinese players.
Sedayev showed his spirit by tagging Zhejiang FC’s official SNS address in his post.
He was able to see all of the posts, even fans of the club.
Chinese fans reacted to this and said, “Come here!” “Let’s fight in real life!
You haven’t come to your senses yet after being hit by the Chinese players?
I need to get hit more!” he responded violently.
Saydayev, a member of the Azerbaijan national team, is a wing forward boasting a sturdy physique of 187 cm.
The 27-year-old made his debut with Russian professional team Zenit in 2013.