Three months in prison for the PSV fan who attacked Dmitrovic

The PSV Eindhoven fan who attacked Sevilla goalkeeper Marko Dmitrovic, during the second leg of the Europa League round of 32 between the two teams, on February 23, has been sentenced to three months in prison, one of them conditional .

The fan, identified as 20-year-old Dylano K., must immediately serve his sentence and will then be on probation for two years, a period in which he will not be able to go near the PSV stadium, Dutch public television NOS reported on Wednesday.

Two years without entering the PSV stadium

The match, in which PSV Eindhoven beat, 2-0, although Sevilla went to the round of 16 thanks to a 3-2 aggregate in the tie, was taking place in its final minutes when the man jumped onto the field and tried to hit the goalkeeper Sevilla player, who reduced him until security agents entered the field to stop him.

The attacker, who has since been fired from his job and expelled from the sports club to which he belonged, had a blood alcohol level of 1.6 and had already been banned twice from the PSV stadium, so he should not have agreed to the game that night. According to De Telegraafthe fan used someone else’s subscription.

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PSV itself distanced itself from the action of this fan after the game through a statement in which it condemned the attack and promised to find ways to make the vetoes to enter the stadium better enforced.

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