UEFA reacted to Chelsea's appeal about the actions of Dynamo Kyiv fans during the second leg of Dynamo Kyiv-Chelsea game. It was the match of the Round of Last 16 of UEFA Europa League, where Chelsea devastated their opponents 5:0.
After the game, London-based team protests against the insults that Ukrainian fans might have done to Chelsea midfielder Callum Hudson-Odoi.
If that circumstance is confirmed to have taken place, a disciplinary case may be opened and Dynamo may be fined.
The Ukrainian team's management responded, denying that there was any proof of discriminative behavior.
As we reported, Dynamo Kyiv hosted Chelsea in the return leg of UEFA Europa League's Round of Last 16. The game took place at Olimpiysky stadium in the Ukrainian capital.
The British won in the first leg (3-0), which took place two weeks ago; and it was crucial for the Kyivites to win by more than four goals, not losing a single one at the same time.
The home team had its chances to score, but it failed to use all these opportunities. The guests, instead, took their chances and succeeded. That delivered a crushing blow to Dynamo on their home pitch, resulting in the total defeat of 0-5.