Shamrock Rovers likely to face UEFA sanctions following last nights pitch invasion

Shamrock Rovers likely to face UEFA sanctions following last nights pitch invasion

Shamrock Rovers are likely to face sanction from UEFA for a pitch invasion during their win over Brann in the Europa League last night.

Manager Stephen Bradley says the crowd lost the run of themselves when they took the lead over the Norwegians.

The goals came from Jack Byrne and Gary O'Neill.

They face Apollon Limassol next week in the next round.

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