Draw host Giorgio Marchetti made brief mention of the interruption at the event in Hamburg.
Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard struck in the opening 16 minutes before a nervy ending brought about by a Wolves goal.
PARIS (AP) — Just days after getting hammered by Arsenal in the Champions League, Lens inflicted more misery on last-placed Lyon in a 3-2 French league victory on Saturday. Under the helm of interim coach Pierre Sage — who replaced Fabio Grosso this week — Lyon delivered a gritty display that will give the struggling seven-time champions some comfort in their fight against relegation despite yet another disappointing result. Lyon made a strong start and led in the 14th minute from a goal by Jake
Thomas Frank was pleased with the Frenchman’s contribution in the win over Luton.