Legia Warsaw to play their next Champions League game against Real Madrid behind closed doors

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Legia Warsaw was also fined 80,000 euros ($90,000) by UEFA for the incidents which included racist behaviour and fighting among the home fans during the September 14 game in which Germany’s Borussia Dortmund achieved their biggest European win 6-0.
In the stands, a group of hooligans wearing balaclavas tried to break into the Dortmund sector from Legia’s side, and ended up fighting and spraying gas at the security guards.

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Legia, the first Polish team in 20 years to reach the Champions League group stage, will host European champions Real on November 2 behind closed doors at their 28,000-seater stadium in Warsaw.

The Polish champions are bottom of Group F after also losing 2-0 at Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday.

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