Video: Euro 2012 Fans Riot, Attack Stadium Employees After Russia vs. Czech Republic


Friday night’s Euro 2012 showdown between Russia and the Czech Republic was hijacked by a massive riot at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw. In what the always honest and up-front UEFA is referring to as a “brief and isolated incident,” several stewards were left beaten and battered by an unruly and quite clearly insane group of fans.

All in all four stewards were hospitalized as a result of these attacks – something that basically completely overshadows Russia’s inconsequential 4-1 victory.

Check out footage of the melee below:

(Kudos ITV, Fox News)

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