Ligue 1: Match between Saint-Etienne and Monaco called off due to pyrotechnics

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While Monaco took a 3–1 lead against Saint-tienne on the 34th day of Ligue 1, the match was interrupted in the 67th minute by smoke bombs and fireworks.

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On Saturday, the match for the 34th day of Ligue 1 between Saint-Etienne and Monaco was interrupted by a plume of smoke in the 67th minute, while the score was 3-1 for ASM. The meeting was already briefly interrupted at the end of the first period, at the 45th minute, for similar facts. Both teams returned to the locker room at the behest of the referee.

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At half-time, the announcer at the Geoffroy-Guichard Stadium issued a warning to fans. A pointless announcement turned events around. A Crisis Unit was convened in the referee’s offices with the Prefect of the Lawyer to decide on a follow-up to the match. When the players were in the locker room, the fans kept on singing as if nothing had happened.

Events in Saint-tienne are not the first time this weekend has seen since the Ligue 2 poster between Nancy and Cuvély-Rouen was definitively halted this Friday after ASNL supporters smoke broke out, which was disastrous. Came to express his anger after the weather. Lorraine Team. The disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League will meet on Monday to investigate the incidents.

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