You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience.

PAOK coach taken to hospital after brawl in derby at Panathinaikos logo 17-05-2017

PAOK coach Vladan Ivic was taken to hospital after being struck by a beer can thrown by fans during a melee in a match at Panathinaikos.

The Greek rivals were battling in a play-off for a Champions League berth when a brawl erupted following a red card for PAOK's Amr Warda in the 51st minute.

’Messi ahead of great Ronaldo’

Warda's red card followed an earlier red for Panathinaikos, who went ahead 1-0 early in the match through a Marcus Berg goal.

During the brawl, Ivic was struck in the head by a beer can thrown from the stands and had to be taken to hospital.

© Provided by

Άνευ σχολιασμού από τον επίσημο @paofc_ . Προφανώς προσπαθούν να ηρεμήσουν τον Μπέργκ. y75zhyjh1i ίβιτς_people

— PAOK FC / ΠAOK (@PAOK_FC) May 17, 2017

The referee was forced to abandon the match in the 55th minute with Panathinaikos still up 1-0.

This is just the latest incident involving fans in Greek football, with PAOK and AEK Athens supporters clashing at the Greek Cup final earlier this month.

More from

image beaconimage beaconimage beacon