During an Australian professional soccer A-League game, fans stormed into the stadium and a player suffered a facial injury and was bleeding.

According to ESPN, an American sports media outlet, the game was stopped due to incidents such as fans entering the stadium 20 minutes into the first half of the Australian Professional Football League A-League Melbourne City and Melbourne Victory match held in Melbourne, Australia on the 17th.

Melbourne City goalkeeper Tom Glover left the pitch bleeding after being hit in the face by a metal object believed to have been thrown by his opposing team. 메이저사이트

Alex King, the referee for the match, was also reportedly injured after being surrounded by fans.

In the end, the game was stopped when the police were dispatched with Melbourne City leading 1-0, and the Australian Football Association said, “This kind of violence is unacceptable.”

The home team, Melbourne Victory, said: “We feel responsible for this incident and apologize to the opposing team’s goalkeeper Glover and to those affected.”

The Australian professional soccer A-League recently decided to hold the grand final match in Sydney by 2025, and Melbourne fans planned a protest performance in the first 20 minutes of the game that day, but went too far and led to an intrusion into the stadium.