Ultras leader strips Partizan captain of armband after Champions League exit | inside World Soccer

After seeing their side knocked out of the Champions League, Partizan Belgrade Ultras took it into their own hands to express their dismay at the team's dismal performance.

A Partizan Ultras leader Miloš Radisavljević Kimi removes the captain armband off Marko Šćepović
A Partizan Ultras leader Miloš Radisavljević Kimi removes the captain armband off Marko Šćepović

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Partizan suffered a shock 1-0 home defeat to Bulgarian side Ludogorets Razgrad in their Champions League third qualifying tie on Tuesday night, thus sending the Serbian champions out of the competition after a 3-1 aggregate loss.

The defeat did not sit well with the infamous Partizan Ultras, who chanted insults directly aimed at the club's board.

When the Partizan players moved closer to the fans in an attempt to quell their anger, things went to a whole new level.

A well-known Partizan Ultras leader named Miloš Radisavljević Kimi jumped down onto the pitch and proceeded to approach club captain Marko Šćepović and remove his armband.

Kimi then walked back to the stands with the armband, completely unobstructed by officals, security guards, or the player himself.


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