Legia Warsaw supporters vented their anger and frustration at UEFA during their Europa League qualification tie against FC Sheriff on Thursday by unfurling a giant banner of a pig.
The fans were upset after the Polish side were fined €35,000 over a separate banner.
Prior to Legia Warsaw’s Champions League qualification clash against Astana earlier this month, supporters unveiled a large ‘1944’ banner of a soldier holding a gun to a child’s head.
The artwork represented the year of the uprising, when the German army were driven out of Warsaw.
Under the banner, words read: “During the Warsaw Uprising Germans killed 160,000 people. Thousands of them were children.”
Despite winning the clash 1-0, the Polish side lost 3-2 on aggregate and were demoted to the Europa League.
UEFA fined the club €35,000.
Clearly furious with the fine, Legia Warsaw supporters responded with a giant banner of a pig. Under the banner, words read: “And the 35,000€ fine goes to…”
It is not the first time the club has clashed with the governing body.
In 2014, the Ekstraklasa side were fined £63,000 for another pig banner aimed at UEFA, reading: “Because football doesn’t matter, money does.”