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Approximately ten minutes later, a Greek flag was raised by the Serbian fans.
Ten minutes before half time, flares were thrown towards Ansi Agolli as he was about to take a corner kick, and a petard exploded.
Serbia was, however, given a three-point deduction, and ordered to play its next two homes games behind closed doors. and on 10 July 2015 the Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected the appeal filed by the Serbian FA, but upheld in part the appeal filed by the Albanian FA.
The CAS ruled that the match abandonment was caused by "security lapses of the organizers and acts of violence exerted on the Albanian players by the Serbian fans and at least one security steward", and therefore reversed the result, awarding a 3–0 victory to Albania.
Serbian fans had chanted "Ubij, ubij, Šiptara" (Kill the Albanians), During an interruption of play, Albanian players rushed towards a Serbian player, Stefan Mitrović, who had brought down the banner from the drone attempting to remove it.
Conflict arose when Bekim Balaj ran over and took the banner.
Although Armenia and Azerbaijan were separated in the qualifier to avoid incidents (due to the Nagorno-Karabakh War), Serbia and Albania were not, with UEFA claiming that it was because neither nation had directly fought a war with each other.
The Football Association of Serbia, Albanian Football Association, and UEFA had all mutually agreed to ban Albanian fans from attending the game for precautionary reasons, unless they did not carry any kind of Albanian paraphernalia.
A UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying match involving the national association football teams of Serbia and Albania took place on 14 October 2014 at Partizan Stadium, in Belgrade, Serbia.
The match was abandoned after several on and off the field incidents.
Responsibility for the drone was immediately claimed by the Shvercerat, a fan group of the Macedonian club FK Shkupi, a club operated by Albanians, although no evidence has surfaced to support their claim.
The following match between the two teams, played in Elbasan on 7 October 2015, the Serbian fans were not allowed to travel to Albania for security reasons; on that same day the Albanian police arrested a man suspected to be the pilot of the drone of the Belgrade match.