DYNAMO KIEV fans launched a disgraceful racist demonstration against Shakhtar Donetsk over the number of black players – with some vile supporters wearing Ku Klux Klan masks.
The club’s ultras dressed in all white costumes with hoods like those of the the KKK.
A number even wore white masks as they waved white flags around the stadium and directed sickening abuse at Shakhtar players.
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Some supporters had swastikas drawn on their costumes as trouble broke about between the two sets of fans.
Dynamo's racist fans are not happy that their opposition team featured a number of black players.
And their group of hooligans reportedly planned the arrangement for a large number of fans to wear white, their team colours, which they called "white frenzy".
On the eve of the match they took to Twitter to release a video message urging the home fans to prepare for the "#whitefrenzy".
They also unveiled a huge banner in the stands which translates to "100 per cent white."
Flares were lit in the stands and thrown in the crowds in both the home and away sections as Shakhtar claimed a 1-0 victory.
A Uefa inspector was also in attendance to watch the action unfold as he continued to survey the readiness of the stadium which is set to host the 2018 Champions League final.
And it is not the first time Dynamo fans have launched a racially aggravated attack against league leaders Shakhtar.
In 2013 a group of fans had a photo taken next to Shakhtar's team bus dressed as KKK members.
Two years later Dynamo fans were condemned when they were filmed brutally attacking four black supporters during a home Champions League match against Chelsea.