The referee of the match between Velez Mostar and Borac Banja in Bosnia and Herzegovina barely escaped the attack of the fans who entered the field. Later that night, the referee’s car was set on fire by hooligans.
An eventful match was played in the Bosnia and Herzegovina Premier League the other day. Referee Sabrija Topalovic, who drew the reaction of the home team fans with the decisions he made in the match where Velez Mostar hosted Borac Banja, barely saved his life.
Velez Mostar fans, who entered the field with the final whistle to react to the referee who made controversial decisions in the fight that Borac Banja won 2-0, wanted to attack Topalovic.
LEFT THE STADIUM WITH HIS CAR
The referee, who barely escaped being lynched on the field, tried to return to Sarajevo by getting in his car with his two assistants, but the shills did not go as they wanted.
THEY SET THE CAR ON FIRE.
Hooligans blocked the front of the car where the referees were and set the vehicle on fire with torches. Referee Topalovic and his two assistants left the car with difficulty. It was stated that one of his half was injured and was taken to the hospital.