Trouble flares as Greece up the heat
Saturday 08 October 2011
The tension at the top-of-the-table showdown in Group F between Greece and Croatia in Piraeus spilled over into violence as a petrol bomb was thrown at the Croatian fans.
It meant a tricky evening for English referee Howard Webb as gangs of rival fans fought in the stands and players had to appeal for calm. Greece won 2-0 to take a giant step towards the finals.
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