Serbian club Partizan Belgrade suffered a shock 1-0 loss to Bulgarian side Ludogorets Razgrad on Tuesday night resulting in their elimination from this season's Champions League.
The club needed a feisty performance from the team after losing the first leg of their third round qualifying tie 2-1 away from home but instead fell to a 0-1 loss to the Bulgarian reigning champions.
The result did not go down well with the club's ultras who started venting their anger in a rather public fashion chanting for the head of the club's board to be sacked.
Following this, the Partizan players walked over towards the section where their leader was and asked the protesting fans to calm down.
What followed henceforth was a frightening portrayal of the power Partizan Belgrade ultras possess and the fear they induce in the common man.
Well-known Partizan ultra leader Milos Radisavljevic Kimi jumped down onto the pitch and slowly and deliberately walked towards the team captain Marku Scepovicu and removed his armband.
After that he walked back towards the fence, armband in hand and just stood there looking back at the team.
Amazingly, during the entire episode, not a single player or the sea of policemen standing guard protested or even dared to block Mimi's way, staying rooted in their respective positions.
The captain too, just let the leader remove his armband in a humiliating manner in front of thousands of fans.
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