Arsenal star Sead Kolasinac and former defender Shkodran Mustafi run away as furious Schalke fans run riot after relegation.
Schalke football players including the Arsenal loanee Sead Kolasinac and former defender Shkodran Mustafi were among the players to flee from an angry mob of supporters after the side’s relegation was confirmed last night.
Schalke were defeated 1-0 by Arminia Bielefeld on Tuesday evening, confirming their exit from the Bundesliga as theycollected a mare 13 points after 30 matches.
Relegation became a hard reality to some Schalke fans, who took things to another level when they pelted the team bus on its return and also abused the players for their poor performances.
The Sun reported that the mob was around 600-strong, with the frustrated supporters patiently waited for the team bus to return to the side’s Gelsenkirchen home at 1 am.
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Several players were left bleeding after being pelted, with eggs thrown, abuse shouted, and even rivals Borussia Dortmund letting off fireworks to celebrate their foe’s relegation.
Schalke’s recent form has been a shame, and it even looks certainly strange to see them dropping into the German second-tier, but they’ve been truly awful this season.
Kolasinac was loaned to the club while Mustafi left the club for free at the mid-season point.
This transfer has proven to be an utter nightmare to the German side, first, the current Gunner and his old Arsenal teammate led a player revolt against the manager who was then sacked, whilst Mustafi was underperforming in the club’s eyes that they explicitly dropped him for ‘sporting reasons’ for one tie.
The fact that Kolasinac, a man who fought off knife-wielding thieves for Mesut Ozil, fled from the danger really highlights just how angry the bunch of Schalke supporters were.
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