Kylian Mbappé, at the match against Celtic — Scott Heppell/AP/SIPA
We kid you not with the safety of footballers in the Uk. The man who had penetrated the lawn of Celtic Park during the match Celtic-PSG in the champions League and attempted to assault Kylian Mbappé – he had tried
give him a kick , was sentenced Tuesday to a four-year stadium ban and 160 hours of work in the general interest.
Hatton, sentenced to 160hrs community service for Celtic Park pitch invasion in PSG match left short without how. pic.twitter.com/kXJCpBupUa
— Aileen Clarke (@BBCAileenClarke) October 11, 2017
John Hatton, of his name, left the court without saying a word, but his lawyer spoke for him. “He admitted that he had started drinking at 11 in the morning. He is aware of the impact of its action, it has been banned by the club for life, ” said he to the BBC.