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LANCE /FRANCE/, June 16 /TASS/. The Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has not opened a disciplinary case against the Russian Football Union after Russian fans had used pyrotechnics in the UEFA Euro-2016 Group B match between the teams of Russia and Slovakia, the UEFA press service told TASS.
Russian fans lit a flare in the second half of Russia’s group match vs. Slovakia (1:2) on the stands after Denis Glushakov had scored on the 80th minute.
"No disciplinary case will be opened," the UEFA press service said.
On Tuesday, UEFA fined the Russian Football Union for 150,000 euros and conditionally disqualified the Russian team from the Euro-2016 championship because of the Russian fans’ behavior in a match against England.