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At Least Four Injured After Greek Hooligans Attack Bayern Munich Fans in Athens

At least four people were injured when a group of hooligans attacked visiting German football fans during a game between the youth clubs of Olympiacos and Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

Greek police say that around 30 hooded hooligans on motor bikes stormed into the football grounds at Renti in Piraeus where the game was taking place and attacked the visiting fans.

The game was abandoned.

The injured were among the travelling supporters of Bayern Munich who had traveled to Greece for the Champions League clash against Olympiacos later on Tuesday.

 

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