Beitar Jerusalem fans riot after 2:1 loss to Bnei Yehuda

October 19, 2010 01:31


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A soccer riot broke out at Bloomfield stadium in Jaffa late Monday night as Beitar Jerusalem fans turned violent after their favored team lost to Bnei Yehuda 2:1 after a late game goal.

Five suspects were arrested by police officers stationed at the stadium in incidents ranging from fistfights to the throwing of chairs.

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