Chelsea girls’s Champions League tie: weapons found on fan instruct

guns, fireworks and tablets had been discovered on a train sporting Paris St-Germain fans to a women’s Champion’s League game towards Chelsea.

up to 50 PSG enthusiasts had been denied access to the zone-very last tie at Kingsmeadow.

Police were first referred to as to reports of vandalism on the stadium at 08:00 GMT, then later to sickness at Waterloo and Wimbledon stations.

A train that travelled overnight from Paris turned into searched and one arrest was made.

In a declaration, the Met Police said: “guns, consisting of knives and knuckledusters, were recovered together with class A tablets.

“One guy from the teach became arrested for ownership of class A pills and the closing passengers have been escorted from the location by police.”

the game kicked-off at as scheduled at 19:05.

reports propose a door at the stadium were broken and elements of the ground had daubed with pro-PSG graffiti.

BBC sports reporter Jacqui Oatley tweeted: “i’m advised there had been weapons – knuckleduster and knives – plus drugs on board.

“They broken Chelsea’s Kingsmeadow floor this morning earlier than returning later. Banned from PSG men’s and kids video games but no longer ladies’s.”

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