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Gutzeit spoke about the scandal at the Dynamo match in the Champions League – UNIAN

According to Vadim Gutsait, the cries of the Fenerbahce fans at the match against Dynamo were of a psychological nature.

Fenerbahce fans / Video screenshot

On July 27, in the second round of the Champions League qualification, Dynamo Kyiv beat Fenerbahce 2-1 away. This fight caused a lot of repercussions due to the behavior of the Turkish fans, who chanted the name of Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin during the game.

Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine Vadim Gutzeit for the first time commented on the scandalous episode, saying that the cries of Fenerbahce fans at the match with Dynamo were of a psychological nature. Turkish fans tried to put pressure on our players to make them make mistakes.

Gutzeit also added that today sports and politics are closely intertwined.

β€œIt was psychological pressure on our players to make mistakes somewhere. But our players and the coaching staff did everything for Dynamo to win this confrontation.

The Olympic Charter says that sport is out of politics. But not now, when the Russian Federation went to war with Ukraine. And we see them killing women and children, torturing people, destroying everything they see. Therefore, now sport is 100% in politics,” Gutzeit said in an interview. TV channel “Rada”.

Let’s add that UEFA launches investigation into Fenerbahce because of the behavior of the fans during the game with Dynamo.

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Recall that Dynamo Kyiv defeated Fenerbahce on aggregate and advanced to the next round of the Champions League. First match “white-blue” played in Poland and drew 0:0. In the return game in Istanbul, despite the status of an underdog, the people of Kiev managed to get the desired result and advance to the next round. In regular time, the game ended with a score of 1:1 and the outcome of the confrontation was decided in extra time. Alexander Karavaev scored the winning goal for Dynamo.

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