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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Israeli police arrest 10 people after Tel Aviv derby pitch invasion

The Tel Aviv derby was halted in November 2014 after a fan ran on to the pitch and assaulted Maccabi's Eran Zahavi.

Ten people have been arrested by Israeli police after a pitch invasion during Monday night's derby between Hapoel and Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The trouble began when a Hapoel fan ran onto the pitch and attempted to punch Maccabi midfielder Eran Zahavi, who fought back and was sent off by the referee.

Soon afterwards, more fans invaded the playing area and were intercepted by security guards before the game was called off after 33 minutes.

Eran Zahavi
Eran Zahavi was accosted by a fan on the sidelines.

Luba Samri, a police spokeswoman, confirmed news of the arrests...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hapoel and Maccabi Tel-Aviv match called off after fan attacks Eran Zahavi

The Tel Aviv derby was halted in November 2014 after a fan ran on to the pitch and assaulted Maccabi's Eran Zahavi.

The derby between Hapoel and Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the Israeli Premier League was abandoned on Monday as Maccabi midfielder Eran Zahavi was sent off for kicking a fan who had entered the pitch to attack him.

With the match level at 1-1 just 22 minutes into in the first half, a Hapoel fan leaped over the barriers and ran onto the pitch to confront Zahavi -- a former Hapoel star who had scored against his old club already.

After the pair squared up, both player and fan clashed before security...

Ukrainian, Russian clubs kept apart

UEFA has decided to keep Ukrainian and Russian clubs from playing each other "until further notice" because of the continuing unrest between the neighboring countries.

The ruling was made "in light of the current political situation" after the Russian and Ukrainian associations "expressed concerns about safety and security."

The UEFA emergency panel ruling means Russian side Zenit St. Petersburg and Ukrainian club Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk cannot be paired against each other in the Champions League third...