No away fans, but still (again) projectiles on the field during Anderlecht-Standard

After last Thursday’s riots, Standard decided not to allow their fans into the Lotto Park. Their places – the seats all seemed to have been repaired – were taken by young people from Anderlecht’s partner project ‘Tous Mauves’.

But despite the fact that there were no away fans, there were still problems. It started when Kawabe took a corner kick and was pelted with paper wads. When he made it 1-1 just before half time and celebrated with his hands behind his ears in front of the same fans, a second volley followed. The Japanese was lucky that Lardot kept it to an admonition and did not give him a second yellow card.

After the break, when Bodart took his place in front of the Anderlecht spy head, the wads, cups and lighters flew several times towards the Liège goalkeeper. Referee Lardot went to the side with some projectiles, but did not have to stop the game.

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