After their favorite football team struggled to reach the top of the German front on Sunday, the celebration of many fans in Bochum reached a climax.
According to police reports, about 7,000 to 7,000 people celebrated in the streets and squares of the city and near Ruhrstadion. Most of them did not take preventive measures due to the coronavirus epidemic, several used pyrotechnic devices, throwing stones and bottles at law enforcement officers, and eight of them were injured.
Ten people were detained for riots and vandalism, and many were injured by pyrotechnic devices. The police described the incident as shocking.
VfL Bochum also hired Novothny Soma, who defeated SV Sandhausen 3-1 at home on Sunday, won the second division and entered the Bundesliga for the seventh time, but he never had to wait that long to be at the forefront in -11 years. .