WATCH: Israeli Soccer Team Chased Off the Field in Bulgaria

Bulgarian fans rushed the field during a friendly between Israel's F.C. Ironi Ashdod and CSKA Sofia after a hard tackle by an Ashdod player, which resulted in a red card.

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Israeli football team chased from the field during a riot in Bulgaria, August 2, 2015.
Israeli football team chased from the field during a riot in Bulgaria, August 2, 2015.Credit: Screen grab
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Players from Israel's F.C. Ironi Ashdod were run off the field in Bulgaria when a riot broke out Sunday. Bulgarian fans rushed the field during a friendly against CSKA Sofia after a hard tackle by an Ashdod player, which resulted in a red card.

According to Sports Illustrated, "One fan threw what appeared to be a glass bottle and hit an Ashdod player in the head."

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