The match of Albania against Poland (0-1) on Tuesday, in the eighth round of the European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, was suspended for some time due to the aggression of the fans with the bottles to the visiting players.
French international referee Clement Turpin was forced to stop the match in the 77th minute at the “Kamal Stava” stadium, due to angry Albanian fans who threw bottles at the visiting players, after Pole Karol Schwederski scored the goal for his country.
The French referee asked his assistant referees and players to leave the pitch, for fear that some fanatics would invade the pitch, in light of the charged atmosphere in the stands on one side, as well as the anger of the fans after Albania was in I delay the result.
The game paused for about 19 minutes before the players returned in field, and the Albanian fans did not stop there, as they issued sentences offensive to the Polish players.
Poland increased their tally to 17 points and moved up to second place in Group I, two points clear of Albania.
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