PSG players unable to leave car park after Rennes loss due to ugly fan clashes

PSG players were reportedly unable to leave the car park outside of Roazhon Park because of ongoing clashes outside of Stade Rennais stadium.

The Parisian were riding high after their Champions League victory over Manchester City, but they pulled back down to earth as Rennes shocked Lionel Messi & co with a 2-0 win.

PSG fans, incensed at their side's performance, clashed with Rennes fans, leaving the PSG bus stranded in the car park.

However, this is the latest incident in a worrying trend of fan incidents in Ligue 1, with the French top-flight hitting headlines for the wrong reasons all over again.

Marseille's Europa League clash with Galatasaray had to be stopped for around ten minutes in the week after the two sets of fans threw flares at each other.

While Nice had been docked points after their fans invaded the pitch after Dimitri Payet threw a bottle back at the crowd that had been intended for him.

RC Lens have been forced to play their games behind closed doors until further notice.

Most recently, there were problems between Angers and Marseille in their clash.

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"Certain clubs managed in the past to put an end to this unacceptable hooliganism," said Jean-Michel Blanquer, in an interview with news channel LCI.

Blanquer is France's Minister of National Education, Youth, and Sports, and he was speaking after the troubles at Angers.

"There are people who need to be banned from stadiums in future for this behaviour.

"We need to be firm. These people are damaging the image of the sport."

Gendarmes were able to cool the crowd.

And PSG's bus was eventually able to leave the stadium, but it had to be escorted by security away from the stadium.

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