A Paris-SG supporter found on Tuesday in possession of a 22 cm cutter when entering the stadium for the Champions League match against AC Milan received a two-year stadium ban, the authorities announced on Wednesday. prefecture of Milan.
The prefect of the Lombard capital “issued a two-year stadium ban on a 26-year-old French supporter, who (...) during police checks for access to the stadium was found in possession of “a cutter with a tapered blade 22 cm long hidden in his backpack,” she said in a press release.
Furthermore, according to the prefecture, the French supporters, when they were found facing the police filtering the spectators, “abandoned their bats before being controlled”. After marching through the streets of Milan escorted by the police early Tuesday afternoon, the 4,300 PSG supporters gathered in the Duomo square in the center, before going to San Siro under police escort.
The match won 2-1 by AC Milan “took place without any disturbances to public order around the stadium”, again according to the prefecture. Asked by AFP about the state of health of the supporter who was seriously stabbed Monday evening in Milan in clashes with Italian fans, the prefecture was not immediately able to provide information.