UEFA have confirmed on Wednesday that Real Madrid's Champions League clash away at Legia Warsaw will be played behind closed doors.

Los Blancos travel Magliette Juventus - http://www.aberdeeners.com/category/arts-humanities/crafts/ to the Polish capital on matchday four on November 2, but will not be allowed to take any fans.

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They were also fined Magliette Bayer Leverkusen - http://www.aberdeeners.com/category/automotive-2/ 80,000 for crowd disturbance, throwing objects and blocking access to the stands.

Real Madrid host Legia on Tuesday October 18 at 20:45 local time.

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