Four Real Madrid fans have been fined 3,000 euros each after displaying Nazi symbols in the 1-0 Madrid derby defeat to Atletico.
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The fine, imposed by a Spanish government commission, comes after the unidentified members of the “Ultras Sur” group showed symbols including a swastika and the German word “Totenkopf”, a reference to the Nazi’s SS paramilitary organisation.
The four were also banned from sporting venues for six months. The same level of sanction that was handed out following an incident which saw a laser shone at Diego Simeone during the Primera Division game.
Real Madrid are yet to comment on the incident.