Fenerbahce fans sing the name of Vladimir Putin in the match against Dynamo Kyiv

Turkey’s Fenerbahce were eliminated from the tournament after Ukraine’s Kyiv scored a goal in extra time to win the second leg in Istanbul 2-1 on Wednesday. First match, hero in Poland due Russian invasion of Ukraineended 0-0.

The incident, which has been heavily criticized online, appears to have been fueled by Vitaliy Buyalsky’s celebration after he took the visitors 1-0 in the second half.

“The UEFA Ethics and Disciplinary Inspector will conduct a disciplinary investigation into the alleged misconduct of Fenerbahce fans,” UEFA said in a statement. statement has been read.
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This was stated by Fenerbahce. statement that he did not accept the reaction of “some” of his supporters, which “never represents the position and values ​​of our club”.

He also stated that it would be “unfair” to attribute this rhetoric to all fans.

Videos posted online show a large section of fans singing Putin’s name shortly after Buyalsky celebrated in front of home fans.

It came moments after Fenerbahce midfielder Ismail Yuksek was sent off in a heated match.

Vasily Bodnar, Ukraine’s ambassador to Ankara, said it was “sad” to hear the chants.

“Football is a fair game. Yesterday Dynamo Kyiv was stronger,” he said. wrote in social networks.

“It is very sad to hear the words of support from the Fenerbahce fans in favor of the Russian killer and attacker who is bombing our country.

“I am grateful to compatriots from Turkey for their support of Ukraine and for their attention to the inappropriate actions of fans.”

CNN has reached out to Dynamo Kyiv for comment.