Lazio will have to play their next home Europa League tie behind closed doors after being charged with a racist chanting offense by UEFA.
UEFA has ruled that Lazio will have to play their next home Europa League fixture behind closed doors following an incident of racist chanting last month.
The Serie A side have also been fined £34,000 for numerous other offenses committed during their 1-0 win over Legia Warsaw.
The team sit, who sit at the top of their Europa League group after two matches, host Cypriot side Apollon Limassol on November 7.
Lazio have three days to appeal against the decision.
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