Groningen – Vitesse shut down after Schubert and two red cards

FC Groningen – Vitesse was shut down on Wednesday night after goalkeeper Markus Schubert of the Arnhemmers was hit by a plastic cup from the audience at peace. Vitesse led 0-1 against the Groningers, who received two red cards in the first half.
The home team had to move on with ten men after 35 minutes when Mike received a red card in Wierik for an offense on Loรฏs Openda. Yann Gboho then made it 0-1 for Vitesse, after which things got worse for Groningen. Daniel van Kaam handtapped the ball away so that Nikolai Baden Frederiksen could not reach Peter Leeuwenburgh‘s goal. Referee Allard Lindhout was once again inexorable.
It caused frustration among Groningen fans and before the start of the second half things went wrong. Schubert got a cup thrown against him. Vitesse’
s players came to get a story, after which Lindhout shut down the game. Trainer Danny Buijs tried to calm down the fanatic following. After a hiatus and a warm-up, the teams seem to be playing again.
Four days ago, the hitbetween FC Utrecht and RKC Waalwijk was shut down after players from the Brabanders were pelted with cups and lighters.

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