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Legia Warsaw to host Real Madrid behind closed doors

Lausanne (AFP) – Legia Warsaw will play their next Champions League game against Real Madrid behind closed doors, European football’s governing body UEFA ruled Thursday, following crowd trouble during their last home game. The club was also fined 80,000 euros ($90,000) for the incidents which included racist behaviour and fighting among the home fans during the September 14 game in which Germany’s Borussia Dortmund achieved their biggest European win 6-0.
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