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Russian club and football player punished by UEFA

Fedor Kudriashov will miss three matches for his red card against Ajax

Baku. 10 September. REPORT.AZ/ UEFA has punished Rostov for racist behaviour from their fans by ordering the Russian club to close a stadium section at their home debut in the group stage of the Champions League.

Report informs, UEFA says fans in Rostov-on-Don -- a host city for the 2018 World Cup -- were guilty of unspecified offensive acts during a playoff victory against Ajax on Aug. 24.

A 1,500-seat section of the Olimp-2 stadium will be closed when PSV Eindhoven visit on Sept. 28.

Rostov entered their first Champions League by finishing runner-up in the Russian league last season.

Their group also includes Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid.

UEFA's disciplinary committee also suspended Rostov's Fedor Kudriashov for three matches for his red card against Ajax.

The Russia defender was sent off for a waist-high tackle to concede a penalty.

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