By Eurohoops team/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The Serbian cup final, the last game of the final eight, was scheduled to be played on Sunday in the city of Kragujevac, but finally ended on Monday with Crvena Zvezda beating Partizan 78-69 in a empty gym. The game was disrupted on Sunday by violent fans’ clashes with the police in the 23rd minute while the score was tied 43-43.
Before that, Partizan’s coach Dule Vujosevic had a quarrel with Crvena Zvezda’s president Nebojsa Covic that ended with Serbian basketball federation president Dragan Djilas getting in the middle in order to calm things down.
Djilas gave a press conference on Monday, speaking about the incidents and asking from every side involved to unite against violence. The remaining 17 minutes of the game were played on Monday in an empty gym due to security reasons.