Lazio charged over alleged racist chants
Italian club Lazio have been charged by Uefa over the alleged racist behaviour of their fans in the Europa League game against Tottenham on 22 November.
Uefa has also started proceedings against the Serie A side on other charges including “throwing of missiles and/or fireworks by their supporters”.
In addition, Uefa has begun proceedings against Spurs for “charges related to crowd disturbances”.
The cases will be discussed by Uefa’s disciplinary body on 24 January.
The alleged incidents occurred during the 0-0 Europa League draw between the two sides in Rome on 22 November.
In October, Lazio were fined £32,500 following racist chanting at White Hart Lane in September, when Tottenham trio Jermain Defoe, Aaron Lennon and Andros Townsend were reportedly subjected to monkey chants.
From BBC Sport