Tonight play Genk and Standard in the final of the Croky Cup, or Belgian cup. The fans of Standard collected early in the afternoon in the train station of Liège-Guillemins. The atmosphere was immediately good at it. With large banners and Bengali fireworks started, the Liege supporters on their journey towards the King baudouin stadium. In the direction of Brussels was less nice to them on the train. There was firework displays and the emergency brake is pulled, firemen and the police were pushing out.
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As with Genk was the enthusiasm, large the membership of the Rouches. The 20,000 tickets for the final were quickly out of the door.
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On the way to Brussels, there were already riots. So was at the height of Erps-Kwerps firework displays on a train from Liège came and was there with the emergency brake pulled. In the Brussels Central station resulted in Liège fans for even more amok. The whole hall was filled with smoke, to the irritation of other passengers.
Suddenly bxl central to a war zone instead of a station @NMBS pic.twitter.com/jM9dDPNuAb
— Katrien (@KatrienDgeyter) 17-mar-2018
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