The Frenchman is disturbed after players, fans and authorities got to be entangled in a mass fight amid the experience on Tuesday, constraining the game to be relinquished.
UEFA President Michel Platini says he is “dismayed” by the savage episodes amid the Euro 2016 qualifier in the middle of Serbia and Albania on Tuesday.
The game was bolted at 0-0 in Belgrade when Albanian fans – who were banned from the stadium by UEFA as a consequence of apprehensions roughness could emit over long standing political strains between the nations – flew an automaton over the pitch from outside the ground bearing the national banner, joined by a guide of Kosovo and the message “autochthonous” (indigenous).
Serbia focus back Stefan Mitrovic responded by tearing down the banner, which incited an on-field fight between both sets of players and coaching staff before home supporters ran onto the pitch trying to attack Albania players.
Referee Martin Atkinson inevitably relinquished the game and in the result of those scenes, Platini has talked about his repugnance at what he accepts could without much of a stretch have been a more genuine occurrence.
He said: “It’s dishonorable and perilous what happened. We’re tend to reports from the referee, representative, and magistrate of wellbeing, whom we sent exceptionally for the match in Belgrade.
“Envision there was a bomb on the automaton rather than the banner. Occasions that happened in Belgrade are dismal and the circumstances where there are huge political pressures is more risky. That is the reason we must keep a close eye on games like that.