With a win over Legia Warsaw, Leicester City moved from last to first place in Group C, boosting their Europa League hopes. The clash at the King Power Stadium, however, was marred by violent scenes from enraged away fans.
Legia got back into the game, but Wilfred Ndidi restored Leicester’s two-goal lead before halftime. In the second period, there were no more goals.
The main talking point, however, occurred off the field, when a large group of visiting fans attempted to charge through segregation and fought with stewards.
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