Riot police took more than half an hour to stop bottle throwing and fighting which broke out in Johannesburg on Sunday during a match between a black team and a white team.
GV ZOOM IN Teams on pitch.
GV Hellenic kick off playing left to right, but attack stopped.
GV Kaiser Chiefs building up attack and ball played against bar and deflected away and cleared.
GV Hellenic attack and ball pushed across penalty area and goal scored and black players rush to referee.
GV PAN FROM Hellenic players in centre to police and demonstrators throwing bottles. Players arguing. (2 shots)
GV Injured policeman helped away.
GV Injured referee helped off pitch. Players leave pitch.
GV Black team kick off second half.
GV Kaiser Chiefs attack Hellenic goal and score.
GV Hellenic attack, goal disallowed.
GV Kaisers attack and score goal.
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Background: Riot police took more than half an hour to stop bottle throwing and fighting which broke out in Johannesburg on Sunday during a match between a black team and a white team.
The match was between black side Kaiser Chiefs and white side Hellenic in the second leg of South Africa's Champion of Champions soccer tournament. Kaiser Chiefs won two-one.
It was the first goal scored by the white team which started the riot. Bottles and cans were thrown onto the pitch, one hit the referee, Jack Taylor, the Britisher who officiated in the World Cup final last year. The trouble came from the black section of the 40-thousand segregated crowd. Taylor took both sides off the ground and refused to restart the game until order was restored.
When the match restarted Kaiser Chiefs kept up the pressure and scored twice, but Hellenic finished the tournament 5-2 winner on aggregate having won the first let 4-0 in Cape Town.