PSG unwavering fans are getting warmed up for Tuesday’s Champions League clash. The Parisian ‘Ultras‘ turned up at PSG’s hotel with anti-Madrid placards and banners to give the Spanish visitors a not too hospitable reception.
Real Madrid touched down in Paris on Monday, with the French boss Zinedine Zidane leading his side to the French capital to see out their Champions League clash with Neymar-less- PSG in their quest to win Europe elite competition for the third year consecutively.
Unai Emery’s PSG side end up trailing by two goals subsequent to losing the first leg 3-1 in the Bernabeu. Now, they need to deliver a ‘remontada‘ comeback without the assistance of their star man Neymar.
While trying to strengthen PSG spirit, the CUP (Collectif Ultras Paris), PSG’s most radical band of supporters, took a gathered around 100 supporters to their team’s hotel with a flag that read “Puta Madrid”, or “F*** Madrid” in English.
La 'bienvenida' al Real Madrid en el hotel de concentración del PSG
Los Ultras mandan pic.twitter.com/EZD7p7i2ng
— José Luis Sánchez (@JLSanchez78) March 5, 2018
Outside the lodging, the fans were joined by five first-team players: Trapp, Rabiot, Kurzawa, Kimpembe and Areola all participate with the serenades.
The CUP were banned for 6-year from the Parc des Princes following an incident in which a fan from a rival PSG supporter group was killed in 2016. They were permitted back into the stadium 18 months prior.
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