Serbians thank Wales fans for donating blood for shot supporter
Dozens of Wales football fans have reportedly donated blood to help a Serbian football fan injured during a fight.
They were in Belgrade at the weekend to watch Wales play their World Cup qualifier against Serbia.
The Serbian news site B92 reported a 19-year-old was shot in the stomach after supporters of two of Belgrade's biggest club sides clashed.
A campaign was then started to get people to donate blood to help him.
The fan was injured when Partizan Belgrade beat rivals Red Star 1-0 in the cup final on Thursday.
There were some reports fans even donated money.
According to B92, the injured fan is now "slightly better".
On the pitch, Wales and Serbia drew 1-1 in Belgrade on Sunday.
It leaves Wales four points behind Serbia and the Republic of Ireland with four matches remaining.
Their next qualifier is at home to Austria on Saturday 2nd September, followed by a trip to Moldova three days later.