Mar 4, 2016, 10:50 AM
Momodou Ceesay's MSK Zilina and Spartak Moscow willface a Uefa disciplinary hearings after a fiery UEFA Champions League clash.
Uefa has been forced into action after an incident-packed final Group F encounter in
Zilina went close to drawing with Spartak Moscow in last Wednesday's Champions league game after opening the scores in the 48th minute at home Stadion Pod Dubnom.
But Spartak Moscow, who became the eventual 2-1 winners, have been charged over the improper conduct of their supporters after fans threw flares onto the pitch.
The Slovakian Champions Zilina failed to secure any point in the group stages of the UEFA Champions league with a record of six defeats to group mates.
Ceesay was influential in securing a qualification berth for his side in the Champions League 2010/2011.
Zilina now face a charge of insufficient organisation relating to the handling of the incident, which led to a 20-minute delay in proceedings.
The Zilina side themselves have also been hit with a separate count of improper conduct after their players racked up five yellow cards during the game.