Sky Sports: Aston Villa won’t file complaint over Ohlsen’s injury from fans
MOSCOW, May 22 – Aston Villa have said they will not file a complaint over an incident in which Birmingham goalkeeper Robin Ohlsen was injured by Manchester City fans at the Etihad Stadium while celebrating City’s victory in the English Premier League. sky sports.
On Sunday, in the match of the final, 38th round, Manchester City won a strong-willed victory over Aston Villa with a score of 3:2 at home and became the winner of the national championship for the second time in a row and for the eighth time in history. After the match, the head coach of the Birmingham club, Steven Gerrard, said that Ohlsen was injured by Manchester City fans.
According to representatives of Aston Villa, the goalkeeper is fine, despite the fact that he received a blow to the back of the head. There is no certainty that this was done intentionally, in connection with which the club considers the matter closed.
The Football Association of England also confirmed to Sky Sports that they would not investigate.
Earlier, Manchester City issued a statement on its website saying that it had immediately launched an investigation into the incident. The club promised that after the culprit is identified, he will be banned from visiting the home arena of the “citizens”.