Scandal of the day. UEFA "gave" a Ukrainian club to Russia after a match in the Conference League. Photo fact
The European Football Union (UEFA) on its account on the social network X (formerly Twitter) has appropriated the emblem of the Russian CSKA Luhansk. After the end of the 5th round of the Conference League match with Belgian Ghent, a picture of the Moscow team was displayed opposite the name of the Ukrainian club instead of the traditional logo of the Luhansk team.
After the scandal in the comments, UEFA simply deleted the post. However, the fans' feedback and the original tweet remained online.
It is worth noting that the score after the half was listed with the correct logo.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Gent vs. Zorya match ended with a score of 4:1. Ukrainian players played mediocrely, scoring their goal only in the last minutes, losing 0:4.
This defeat eliminated Yuriy Koval's team from the playoffs. After 5 rounds, Zorya ranks third in the group with 4 points.