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PSG Ultras Angrily Confront And Force Open Layvin Kurzawa's Car Door Over Champions League Exit

Josh Lawless

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PSG Ultras Angrily Confront And Force Open Layvin Kurzawa's Car Door Over Champions League Exit

Featured Image Credit: Image: Snapchat

Paris Saint-Germain ultras angrily confronted left-back Layvin Kurzawa and forced his door open as he left training on Wednesday.

The club's fanbase are absolutely seething following on from the Champions League exit at the hands of Real Madrid.

PSG were leading 2-0 on aggregate with around 30 minutes left to play at the Santiago Bernabeu but collapsed to a Karim Benzema-inspired Los Blancos side.

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The French striker scored a stunning hat-trick to pile more misery on PSG in European competition.

The fans have not taken it well in the slightest and Kurzawa felt the wrath of some of the most irate supporters this week.

He was driving off leaving the club's Camp des Loges training complex when he was stopped by the traffic lights.

That allowed the group to chase him down and confront him.

Image: PA
Image: PA

They even forced open his car door and in footage posted online, a heated discussion ensued while Kurzawa was parked up.

Roughly translated, the caption on the Snapchat video read: "I ran into Kurzawa at the camp des fiottes, we're going to hunt you all".

The behaviour from the ultras is even more questionable given that Kurzawa is hardly to blame for the team's massive disappointment.

Image: PA
Image: PA

He's played just NINE minutes of action in all competitions and that came back in August when he had an extremely brief cameo against Lille in the Super Cup.

The former Monaco man wasn't even in the matchday squad for the defeat to Spurs and yet he was getting some serious stick.

In PSG's last game, against Bordeaux, fans booed both Lionel Messi and Neymar. Days later fans vandalised both the Parc des Princes and the club's training ground.

"Nasser, Leo out," was sprayed on a wall outside, as well as with a phrase that roughly translates to "far from our land".

"Paris will never be Qatari” and “Paris is us” were also spray-painted, while the 'NTM' section basically means "f*ck your mother" in when translated into English.

Topics: Paris Saint-Germain, Champions League

Josh Lawless
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