PSG charged by UEFA for crowd disturbances during Real Madrid clash

Sport360 staff 19:19 08/03/2018
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Paris St Germain have been charged by UEFA following the crowd disturbances during their Champions League defeat to Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes.

Tuesday’s second leg of the last-32 tie, which PSG lost 2-1 to lose 5-2 on aggregate, was briefly halted at the start of the second half because of flares from the home fans.

UEFA has now announced four charges against the Ligue 1 leaders – the setting off of fireworks, the use of a laser pointer, insufficient organisation and blocked stairways.

UEFA said its control, ethics and disciplinary body would deal with the case on March 22.

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