In the run-up to the DFB Cup final, SC Freiburg and RB Leipzig first argued about joint fan scarves, but now people’s aversion to the investor club from Saxony is escalating in an unpleasant way.
Attack at fan festival: At a fan festival before the DFB Cup final in Berlin, there was apparently an attack with butyric acid on Saturday, as reported by the “Bild” newspaper. 3,000 to 4,000 RasenBallsport fans had gathered on the Hammarskjöldplatz at the Berlin Exhibition Center to get in the mood for the big game between Leipzig and SC Freiburg in the evening (8:00 p.m.) in the Olympic Stadium. But suddenly a bestial stench startled the crowd.
Iron background: User “David H.” writes on Twitter: “Someone throws small ampoules of butyric acid at the RB fan festival.” The “Bild” newspaper brings fans of Union Berlin into play as possible suspects. As early as 2014, supporters of the Irons, who have a deep dislike for RB Leipzig, soiled the guest block with butyric acid and feces in a disgusting action during the two-league duel between the two teams.
More trouble: There was more trouble for the RB fans. After the butyric acid attack, the Saxony sympathizers were not allowed to leave the fan festival on the direct route to the stadium because the Theodor-Heuss-Platz was already occupied by 10,000 Freiburg fans. To avoid collisions, the people of Leipzig who wanted to go the direct way had to pull jackets over their shirts.
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