The Chelsea player got hit with a lighter
1 of the favorites of the English Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic received injuries from hostile actions of the fans during the match against Queens Park Rangers at the scale of the 32nd round of the British Premier League. In Serb from the stands was thrown lighter, which hit the player right in the head.
As it turned out, the lighters are thrown not only Montenegrin fans, but also English. The conflict happened during away to Chelsea, match of the championship of great Britain against Queens Park Rangers. In the 88th minute of the match when Cesc Fabregas scored the winning for "aristocrats" naked and ran to the corner flag to celebrate a triumph. There was Ivanovich, in which from the stands threw a lighter.
It tells The Telegraph, thrown from the stands object landed Ivanovich in the back of the head. The Commission of the football Association in the UK has already opened an investigation against "Queens Park Rangers". Also conducted searches of the fan who threw the third-party subject.
However, the main trainer of "Chelsea" Jose Mourinho after the victory did not attach any particular significance to this moment. "Everything was correct - both on the field and in the stands. Hopefully, outside the stadium also. In such emotional games always have a hard time. Ultimately, if you tossed a coin, put it in pocket. If chocolate is used in food. This is not a problem, everyone needs cash", - quotes Mourinho Sky Sports.
However, the Commission FAA is going to consider the behavior of the assistant to Jose Mourinho, which is kind of tactless celebrated the victory of being right in front of the coach, "CRC" Chris Ramsey. But all this hardly puts the club Roman Abramovich to become a favorite in the UK.
In 7 matches before the end of the British Championships Chelsea top the table, having on its own account 73 points. The second "Arsenal" is inferior to "the aristocrats" 7 points, scored only 66 points. Third place goes to "Manchester United" - 65 points, four closes of Manchester city.