Spanish Police Officer Dies After Clash with Fans at Football Match

Fireworks were shown being fired in the streets of the Spanish city before Thursday's game

Fireworks were shown being fired in the streets of the Spanish city before Thursday's game

Spartak Moscow's VP has accused Athletic Bilbao supporters of staging "provocations" ahead of last Thursday's match in Spain, in which a policeman separating fans suffered a heart attack and later died in hospital.

The Spanish league said it "deplores and condemns the death" of the police officer, and its president said he hopes Federation Internationale de Football Association and UEFA take action to halt fan violence.

The heart attack is not "related to any type of physical trauma", according to a statement released by Bilbao's Security Department.

As per a Mirror report, Hundreds of Russian fans attempted to travel to Spain without tickets while breaching the travel orders in process.

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"On numerous occasions, when I would go somewhere with a group of people and they would hear someone speaking the Russian language, they would stare at you with mad eyes and try to hide somewhere", he said, adding that although the reports about the "inadequate" behavior of the Russians were completely unfounded, the media propaganda "took effect".

Further images showed supporters clashing with police, with the local force later reporting the death of an officer.

Glasses, flares and fireworks were thrown in the streets outside the stadium as Spartak Moscow and Athletic Bilbao fans gathered before Thursday night's game.

The fight broke out in the streets surrounding the Basque club's San Mames stadium, just hours to their second leg meeting, sadly claiming the life of a policeman. Many fans were seen trying to run away from the trouble as fireworks went off all around.

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Several people had arrived "prepared for the altercations" carrying weapons including extendable batons and knives, the police said. Athletic advanced despite the loss, winning the tie 4-3 on aggregate. But compare this to how the Champions League and the Europa League matches are organized in Moscow.

Earlier Thursday, German police arrested a Russian suspected of seriously injuring a British soccer fan during the European Championship in France two years ago.

UEFA condemned the violent clashes and said it was in contact with local authorities to obtain more information on the incidents, while Spanish league president Javier Tebas called for action by Federation Internationale de Football Association and UEFA to halt fan violence.

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