UEFA punishes Dynamo Kiev for racism offence

Dynamo Kiev will play two European home matches behind closed doors as punishment for their fans' racist behaviour on two separate occasions this season.

Dynamo Kiev will have to play their next two European home matches behind closed doors due to their fans' racist behaviour in matches against Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux this season.

UEFA announced the decision on Wednesday morning, adding that the Ukrainian club have decided to appeal against the punishment.

Dynamo fans were heard making racist chants during their side's clash with PSG in Champions League Group A in Kiev on November 21, 2012.

The club's supporters were again found guilty of similar offensive conduct when Dynamo hosted Bordeaux in the first leg of their Europa League last-32 tie on February 14 this year.

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