Vitesse angry: ‘They kept throwing, it’s incredible they didn’t stop’

Vitesse trainer Thomas Letsch and goalkeeper Markus Schubert are full of disbelief about the incident in the away match against FC Groningen. Schubert was pelted with a cup of beer before the start of the second half.
Several Vitesse players came to get story. After arbitrator Allard Lindhout shut down the game, several Groningen fans also entered the field. โ€œI grabbed a ball and then hit my head,โ€ Schubert looks back at ESPN. โ€œI understood that all the teammates were coming at me, and then more was thrown. We have a great team, everyone is ready for each other. Im thankful for that.โ€
Letsch also rushed to Schubert. โ€œI saw Markus lying on the floor with pain in his head. It wasn
t until later that I saw he was hit with a full glass of beer. Everyone ran there to protect the players because they kept throwing,โ€ says the trainer. โ€œIts incredible they didnt stop. But I dont want to blame Groningen. Sometimes one or two individuals are enough to make this happen. Of course, this is unacceptable to me.โ€
Vitesse won a 0-1 battle against nine Groningen players.

FC Groningen – Vitesse shut down because goalkeeper Schubert got an object thrown at his head ๐Ÿ˜ก๐Ÿ“บ ESPN 3 #๏ธ โƒฃ #GROVIT pic.twitter.com/aCD9F97Owu
โ€” ESPN NL (@ESPNnl) September 22, 2021