Mönchengladbach: Fanrandale in test match against Spanish club
At least two people were injured in a friendly match between Borussia Mönchengladbach and the Spanish team Rayo Vallecano in Rottach-Egern on the Tegernsee. The local police were "completely surprised" by the riot. On site are about 15 emergency vehicles, said a police spokesman VIP News.
Although the game is over, the police are still there, the spokesman said. In the meantime ambulances and units of the fire brigade are on the spot.
The exact circumstances of the dispute are still unclear. The quarrels should be about 40 Spanish fans and "some German" involved. "The disputes are said to have come from Spanish fans, some have probably created with German fans, it came to brawls," said the police spokesman. The two persons are said to have been slightly injured.
Prosecutor turned on
Meanwhile, the prosecution has been turned on. It has to decide whether Spanish supporters involved in the brawl would have to deposit so-called "security deposits" as they made their way back to Spain this evening. With the achievements it concerns a sum of money for possible court procedure.
Already at the beginning of the game Spanish fans had noticed and had ignited Bengalos in their Fankurve.