Champions League: Legia Warsaw apology over Borussia Dortmund crowd trouble

Legia Warsaw fans
Fans set off dozens of flares before the match, their first in the Champions League group stage since 1995/96

Legia Warsaw have apologised for offensive chanting by their fans and will punish those guilty of violence after crowd trouble marred their 6-0 home defeat by Borussia Dortmund.

Fans reportedly clashed with security during the Champions League match and tried to break into the away section.

Legia denied racist chanting from home fans but apologised to those offended.

Uefa is awaiting reports from the game which will then be considered by the disciplinary department.

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