Aston Villa’s goalkeeper Robin Olsen was attacked after the last matchday in the Premier League at Manchester City (2: 3). Fans of the Cityzens stormed the field after the final whistle to celebrate the championship again. There was an attack on Olsen.
Villa trainer Steven Gerrard was then asked if his players would have made it out of the square: “The answer to it is no,” said the ex-professional. “My goalkeeper was attacked. You should ask PEP (Guardiola, editor’s note) and Manchester City. We will now check whether he is doing well.”
Olsen had finally been accompanied by folders and kept his face. Manchester City apologized in a statement at Olsen for the incident and announced an investigation. A stadium ban threatens to the attackers or the attackers.
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City had still bagged the eighth championship title in club history after a dramatic course of the game including 0: 2 deficit in the remote duel with the Liverpool FC. The supporters of the Skyblues stormed into the field right after the end, where the players Aston Villas were still stuck.