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Dinamo Zagreb have been ordered to play their next home game in Europe behind closed doors after their fans' racist behavior in the European Cup match against Benfica, Uefa said on Monday.
The Croatian champions were also fined 20,000 euros while an order to play a second game behind closed doors was postponed for a two-year probationary period.
The club was fined an additional 47,000 euros for firing fireworks and throwing objects by fans and blocked stairs.
Dinamo Zagreb won the UEFA Europa League first knockout round 1-0, but was beaten 3-0 after extra time on their return to Lisbon and eliminated.
In addition, Kiev Dynamo have been ordered to close part of the stadium for the next European home game after a home-court home game against Olympiakos in February.
UEFA said fans also fired fireworks and fired missiles.
Malmo and Chelsea were fined 58,000 euros and 13,000 euros, respectively, after incidents on their return from 32 in February.