The section with the South Leaders, the hard core on the other side of the spy head, thought it necessary against Genk to set the stadium on fire. They set off Bengal fire and fired fireworks towards the field.
Bram Van Driessche had no choice but to stop the match. After all, the fireworks that were shot went over the field. Only one had to land wrong. The rest of the audience, by the way, did not agree with their action and loud boos and whistles were heard in their direction.
Finally Trebel, Refaelov and Verschaeren asked them to stop. The injured Jan Vertonghen even went to talk to them.