Hamburg against Dresden in the DFB Cup: HSV professional is insulted by fans, then he storms into the Dynamo block – sport

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Football professional Toni Leistner from Hamburger SV had a fight with a Dresden fan in the stands after his club lost 4-1 in the 1st DFB Cup round at Dynamo Dresden.

A private video shows how Leistner attacked a man in the stands and pushed him to the ground before fans and stewards around him defused the situation and pushed Leistner back. He then jumped from the stands back into the stadium.

According to his statements, the reason for Leistner’s freak was provocations by a Dynamo supporter at the beginning of an interview with the pay-TV channel Sky. “I will not be insulted by my family,” said the 30-year-old after coming back down. After further insults, the defender broke off the second interview attempt.

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He later apologized via Instagram. He was massively insulted from the stands in his hometown after the game, he wrote. He can usually handle that: “But then it went extremely and massively below the belt against my family, my wife and my daughter. At that moment the fuses blown me, especially since this was an extremely emotional game for me anyway. “

Something like that should “never happen to him”. He is a family man who wants to serve as a role model. “I apologize in all forms for my behavior and can only promise that – no matter what kind of insults are thrown at me – something like this will never happen again,” wrote Leistner.

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