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Viral Video: Kerala Blasters fans assault BFC supporters at Sri Kanteerava Stadium during ISL derby

UncategorizedViral Video: Kerala Blasters fans assault BFC supporters at Sri Kanteerava Stadium during ISL derby
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A banner by the KBFC followers taunting the Bengaluru FC.

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Bengaluru: A viral video on social media confirmed a violent faceoff between the followers of the Kerala Blasters FC (KBFC) and Bengaluru FC (BFC) throughout an Indian Tremendous League (ISL) match on the Sri Kanteerava Stadium. Though the Kanteerava is the house turf of Bengaluru FC, it was the away followers who bullied and beat up the opposition followers on Saturday, the viral video confirmed.
Saturday’s contest, which some name the southern derby of the ISL, was observed for the large turnup of the away followers. The “Manjappada” or Yellow Military, the followers of the KBFC, painted half the stadium yellow. Each Blasters and BFC are recognized for his or her fanatic fanbase.

Nonetheless, the spirit of the game disappeared when numerous away followers ganged up and assaulted just a few BFC supporters. Whereas the Bengaluru FC followers initially exchanged just a few blows, they quickly acquired cornered and enormously outnumbered. Whereas two managed to run away, some others have been overwhelmed up by the offended KBFC supporters, the video confirmed. Mirror Now could not independently confirm the footage.

The incident reportedly occurred after the house aspect gained the sport 1-0.


The supporters of the Kerala outfit abused and pushed the boys earlier than beating them up. Threats have been exchanged initially, however the small group of residence followers stood no probability as issues escalated.

A number of Bengaluru FC supporters shared the video of the incident on social media and referred to as out the dearth of sportsman spirit of the Manjappada. Some even demanded motion by the Bengaluru police in opposition to the “savage” followers.

In the meantime, a number of pro-KBFC accounts maintained that the tussle started after the BFC supporters misbehaved and spat on the feminine supporters of the away crew after the match. Additionally they questioned what the small bunch of males have been doing in the course of a stand occupied by the away supporters. Why did not they sit alongside the West Block Blues — the fan group of BFC — they ask.

Neither Bengaluru FC nor Kerala Blasters have reacted to the incident but.

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