5 males have been charged following dysfunction throughout Leicester Metropolis’s 3-1 win over Legia Warsaw in Thursday’s Europa League match, Leicestershire Police have confirmed.
The incident befell within the second half of the match on the King Energy Stadium after Legia followers clashed with the police.
Quite a lot of flares had been let off because the away followers tried to breach the segregated line, assaulting officers within the course of.
The incident noticed 14 officers assaulted and injured with two requiring hospital remedy – one for concussion whereas the opposite sustained a fractured wrist.
Based on the police assertion, all 5 males had been charged with public order offences, with two of them additionally charged for “possession of a managed class B drug”, “one rely of assault and two counts of assault of an emergency employee”.
All 5 males are attributable to seem at Loughborough Magistrates’ Court docket on December 10, the police stated.
“A 30-year-old man arrested on suspicion of violent dysfunction and 24-year-old man arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency employee and possession of a managed class B drug have been launched on police bail pending additional enquiries,” the assertion added.
Legia Warsaw followers had been additionally held again contained in the stadium at full-time with no additional dysfunction reported.