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Vidic calms Serbia rioters
30/05/2010  by PA
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Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic was forced to appeal to Serbia fans for calm as they rioted during his side's embarrassing 1-0 friendly defeat by New Zealand in Klagenfurt.

During the second half of the World Cup warm-up game in Austria, fans began throwing flares and missiles onto the turf while a number of fans ran onto the pitch. Stand-in skipper Vidic spoke over the tannoy to placate fans with New Zealand apparently ready to abandon the game.

After a few minutes the trouble calmed and the action re-started, with Serbia slumping to defeat following Shane Smeltz's first-half strike.

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