PSV Eindhoven fans have been blasted on social media after a shocking video of them humiliating beggars in the centre of Madrid emerged.
The footage shows a large group of PSV fans sat down at the Plaza Mayor in the Spanish capital and chucking loose change to the women while laughing and singing demeaning songs, per Catalan newspaper Sport.
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The report states that a handful of citizens, outraged by the grotesque spectacle, handed money to the women in order to make it stop.
Police offers then arrived to ensure the situation didn’t escalate further. The PSV fans, according to AS, were ejected from the Plaza Mayor.
Video: PSV fans humiliate beggars in Madrid
The footage has shocked people on Twitter - here are just a few tweets posted by outraged users.
PSV perform well at the Calderon
It threatened to overshadow what was a huge night for PSV Eindhoven.
The Dutch outfit ended up producing a disciplined performance at the Vicente Calderon, playing out a 0-0 draw in 90 minutes to take the Champions League last-16 tie to extra-time and then to a tense penalty shoot-out.
PSV were the firm underdogs heading into the second leg - Atletico boast a formidable record at home - but Phillip Cocu’s men remained organised and resolute throughout the match.
Atletico, as expected, dominated large parts of the match and forced PSV goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet to make several important saves,.
After 115 minutes, Atletico had 25 attempts at goal - seven on target - but PSV led 30-14 when it came to tackles.
Both sets of players looked exhausted in the second half of extra-time, resulting in a dreaded penalty shoot-out.
After 14 perfect penalties, Luciano Narsingh missed for PSV.
Juanfran sent Atletico through to the next round.
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