Melbourne City goalkeeper is hit in the face with a BIN as the A-League game descends into chaos
The Melbourne City goalkeeper is left bloodied after being hit in the face with a BIN as the A-League game descends into chaos and fans rush to the pitch to protest NSW’s controversial $10m deal protest
- The Melbourne Derby descended into chaos as fans stormed the pitch
- A-League fans are furious at the decision to host the grand final in NSW
- NSW paid $10 million for the rights to host the grand finals for three years
- The Melbourne City goalkeeper was left bloodied after being hit by a rubbish bin
The Melbourne Derby descended into chaos on Saturday night as fans invaded the pitch and attacked City’s goalkeeper at AAMI Park.
Angry at the A-League’s decision to send the next three major finals to Sydney, fans planned a mass strike in the 20th minute to vent their dissatisfaction with the decision.
However, the mood boiled over and in the 21st minute, fans invaded the field and City goalkeeper Thomas Glover was tackled, a trash can being smashed in his face.
The 24-year-old was left bloodied and play was suspended.
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