By Najibu Mulema
Copenhagen played against Leicester city yesterday night in the champions’ league bid.
Leicester City emerged winner by a 1:0 defeat against Copenhagen.
This was just the beginning of trouble towards the Danish most successful football club in the history of Denmark.
After conceding a loss, the club is now being charged By UEFA over fireworks display on the pitch.
According to, the Danish champions are set to be punished after their fans unveiled a series of red pyrotechnics prior to kick-off on their visit to the King Power Stadium FC Copenhagen supporters impressed viewers across Europe with their firework show ahead of their Champions League clash with Leicester City, but it has landed them in hot water with UEFA.
Ahead of kick-off the travelling fans at the King Power Stadium unveiled a sea of red pyrotechnics to accompany the competition’s anthem as the players took to the field.
But the Danish champions have now been charged by the governing body for breaching Article 16 (2), which relates to the setting off of fireworks inside the stadium.
A statement from UEFA confirmed the case will be dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on November 17.