Gorenjska derby in Kranj turned into an incident: a fight on the pitch and a chase in the parking lot in the second youth league, police intervened
In the second youth league, the two teams played on Monday in 9th round local rivals compete in the round Triglav and Škofja Loka-Medvode. Around 150 spectators in Kranj saw the match: the hosts were already 2-0 up after two goals from Damjan Pauković, but the visitors did not give up. Žan Luka Čampa and Jaša Drobnjak equalised, and 2:2 was the final score of a tense match.
But instead of talking about a great football performance, the Gorenjska region has been reverberating for several days about an incident that happened at the end of the match and continued afterwards, when passions were supposed to have calmed down. As reported by Trma, Triglav asked for an 11th-minute penalty in the last minute, but did not get it. Blood boiled quickly, two footballers jumped into each other’s hair, and even… spectators joined in! The referee Luka Perić (supposedly the son of Dragoslav Perić, a former First League referee), interestingly enough, only gave the player a yellow card.
The visiting player was reportedly injured in the incident, and after the match he and his father had to flee from a group of about 20 angry match-goers (probably Triglav fans). All this was reportedly filmed by security cameras, and the police even arrived on the scene, but thankfully they were able to maintain order.
This text was automatically translated using AI.