Bundesliga match canceled due to racist remarks

The match between the teams of Duisburg and Osnabruck was being played in Duisburg when the match was canceled before halftime. A member of the visiting team alleged that he was verbally assaulted by a fan of the opposition team at the stand. The management canceled this match of Bundesliga after this unpleasant incident.

A Bundesliga match of the German Federal Football League’s Division III has been canceled following an alleged racist attack. For the first time in Germany, a match has been canceled as a result of such an attack.

The match between the teams of Duisburg and Osnabruck was being played in Duisburg when the match was canceled before halftime. A member of the visiting team alleged that he was verbally assaulted by a fan of the opposition team at the stand. The management canceled this match of Bundesliga after this unpleasant incident. For the first time in German history, a professional match has been postponed as a result of a racist attack. The incident took place on Sunday night. Match referee Nicholas Winter stopped the match in the 33rd minute when Osnabruck forward Aaron Oppoka complained that a fan of the opposing team had verbally assaulted him on the basis of race.