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APR FC had earlier take a huge leap towards the League glory with a 3-0 defeat of Amagaju thus clinching a two-point lead at the top of the table.
As Rayon Sports fans burned with rage after a humiliating performance and stared down on possible loss of the league title, the match referee Gervais Munyanziza issued a red card for their striker Cedric Amissi.
Amissi and Belgian head coach Luc Eymael had attacked Munyanziza, asking why he never added ample extra time.
The red card sparked off chaos that would later be halted by Police.
According to Rwanda National Police, “fans allegedly attacked match officials and tried to vandalize facilities by throwing stones and other objects resulting into breaking some window glasses at the stadium.”
The law enforcement body says it intervened immediately and controlled the situation.
“All officials were evacuated unharmed and 12 people were arrested and detained in connection with this incident. They are currently detained at Remera Police Station as investigations continue,” reads part of the police statement seen by Chimp Sport on Monday.
Police further warned football fans and other sports fanatics against misbehaviour during sports activities.
“Police In the same framework, the Police is working jointly with FERWAFA and other Sports Associations to prevent such mis-conducts in all sports activities. Such unruly behavior causing insecurity in such an event is charged with Articles 529 and 530 of the Rwandan Penal Code.”