PSV Eindhoven have been ordered to play their next European match without away fans after a tense atmosphere affected the team's Europa League defeat at Arsenal last week, UEFA said on Thursday.The fans of PSV destroyed seating areas and set off flares and hurled one in the direction of Arsenal fans during the match on the Emirates Stadium in London, that ended with winning 1-0 for the home team.
PSV also received the fine of 40000 euros ($40,000).The next home game for PSV in European competition will be against Norway's Bodo/Glimt in November. 3.UEFA said the requirement that PSV should "contact Arsenal FC within 30 days to negotiate the payment of the damage caused by its fans, i.e. for damaged seats."
PSV play Arsenal on The Philips Stadion later on Thursday. Arsenal are top of Group A with 12 points from five games and five more than the second-placed Dutch team.Which reported by live casino sportsbook malaysia.