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The fan of the Dutch luxury club took the expulsion from the Europa League by the Andalusians hard, entered the grass and tried to hit Marko Dmitrovic

PSV Eindhoven beat Sevilla 0:2 yesterday (Thursday), but unfortunately they were kicked out of the Europa League, after losing the first game 3:0 to Ramon Sanchez Pijuan.

The Dutch luxury club that parted ways this season is full of stars including Cody Gakpo who moved to Liverpool, will now have to deal not only with relegation, but also with an embarrassing incident that happened yesterday at Philips Stadium, when a local fan broke into the grass and tried to attack the visiting goalkeeper - Marko Dmitrovic.

The Serbian Dmitrovic, who probably only once or twice in his life was not really moved by the fan, knocked him down on the grass, and forced him until the Dutch security forces arrived to arrest him.

Seconds after the incident, the players of both teams came to support the goalkeeper who seemed quite calm despite the unpleasant situation.

A PSV fan invaded the pitch and tried to attack Sevilla goalkeeper Marko Dmitrović.

— Ronald Morgan (@ronaldmorgan_) February 23, 2023

PSV fan tonight jumps into the pitch and attacks Sevillas goalkeeper ... the only problem is he didn't know Dmitrović is Serbian 😂😂😂 Marko takes him down easily 🇷🇸🇷🇸🇷🇸💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻 ptz6Ghj1xW

— The funny side of Serbian sports (@FunnySerbian) February 23, 2023

Fan del PSV ataca al portero del Sevilla last night

— FearCrew (@Cegobe79) February 24, 2023 Were we wrong?

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Source: israelhayom

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