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Rambler ‘targets Match TV clips in latest Premier League rights case’

Sokratis Papastathopoulos of Arsenal scores his team's second goal against Manchester United during their Premier League match (by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Russian sports broadcaster Match TV, owned by Gazprom Media, is reported to have become the subject of a lawsuit in Rambler Media Group’s crackdown on what it claims is illicit broadcasts of the English Premier League club football competition.

State news agency Tass reported on December 26 that Rambler has filed the lawsuit to stop Match TV broadcasting video clips of Premier League matches.

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