Reuters, Wednesday, November 2, 2016 7:23 PM
Playing in a near-empty stadium didn't affect Legia Warsaw as the Polish club managed to tie defending champion Real Madrid, 3-3, in the UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid needed a late goal from
Croatian Mateo Kovacic
to earn the tie.
Legia was ordered to play the game behind closed doors because of crowd at its opener against Dortmund, though, per UEFA rules,
Real was allotted 275 tickets, some of which it gave to supporters who had already booked travel to Warsaw.
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