J-league game stopped after fans upset goalkeeper

Published on 17th March 2018 by

Photo: @nga_soccer

A J-League match was briefly stopped when Osaka’s South Korean goalkeeper Kim Jin-Hyeon complained of fan abuse.

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Whilst taking a goal kick the keeper turned round to fans appearing agitated. Referee Yudai Yamamoto briefly stopped the game whilst a Kashiwa player tried to calm the fans down.

The reports coming out post game were that the fans were making racist gestures however nothing had shown up when officials checked security cameras.




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