Peter Dejong/AP

Fans from the traveling Champions League side engaged in reprehensible activity in the Spanish capital.

By The SI Staff
March 15, 2016

PSV Eindhoven is in Madrid for the second leg of the club's Champions League last-16 series on Tuesday, and the Dutch club's traveling fans have evidently engaged in some reprehensible activity in the Spanish capital.

Video from Spanish outlet AS shows PSV fans throwing coins at people who appear to be beggars outside at a Madrid plaza and cheering while they each make a dash to pick up the loose change.

PSV claims that more than 3,000 fans made the trip from the Netherlands to Spain, but has not publicly commented on the incident. 

PSV held Atletico Madrid to a 0-0 draw in the home leg.

You May Like