Marco Rossi, left, addresses fans as the Serie A match between Genoa and Siena was suspended.
Giuseppe Sculli of Genoa climbs atop barriers to have a word with an unruly fan during supporter roits at the Serie A match between Genoa and Siena. Genoa supporters stormed the pitch after Genoa fell behind 4-0 and demanded the players remove their jerseys, as they were disrespecting the Genoa colors with their horrific play.
Genoa captain Marco Rossi weeps into his hands, as their embarrassingly bad play spurned Genoa’s supporters to demand the players either play better soccer or give up their jerseys. They opted to give up their jerseys.
So this is bad, huh
Genoa president Enrico Preziosi speaks with officials during the Genoa fan upheaval on Sunday. Genoa supporters have been suspended for two games for their actions, and the team will play their next two home games in front of an empty stadium.
Make it stop!
Genoa's Giuseppe Sculli climbs atop barriers to talk with supporters after the Serie A soccer match between Genoa and Siena was suspended. Police in riot gear, as well as the Genoa players eventually calmed the fans down, and play was able to resume after 45 minutes of pandemonium.
We're on the same team!
Genoa captain Marco Rossi pleads with his club's supporters, to no avail, as they throw fireworks onto the pitch in protest of the team's miserable performance this season. Genoa, a once proud club, now sits just one point ahead of relegation in Serie A.
Where did it go wrong
Marco Rossi carries his digraced teammates Genoa jerseys after the players heeded the fans' demand for the team to remove them, saying the they aren't fit to wear Genoa's proud colors. This show of dissatisfaction by the Genoa supporters moved several Genoa players, including Rossi, to tears, upset that they had let their fans down.