The match on the 35th day of Ligue 2 between Nancy and Quéville-Rouen at the Marcel-Picot stadium was interrupted twice in the first period by smoke bombs and projectiles launched by ASNL supporters, who were angry with their team. National, virtually canceled.
Too much tension in Nancy. ASNL supporters show their anger during Ligue 2’s match on Day 35 this Friday evening against Quiville-Rouen. While the Lorraine team, at the bottom of the rankings, were virtually relegated to the Nationals as two goals were scored in the 13th and 18th minutes against the Normans, some fans stationed behind Cavili’s goal, detonated smoke bombs and Throw projectiles on the lawn. Forcing the referee to interrupt the match for a few minutes at first.
Two interruptions in the first half
In the 40th minute, after the visiting team scored the third goal (34th), fresh shells were fired on the field, forcing the referee to stop the match for a second time. The players returned to the locker room.
Many Nancy supporters wear black to mourn their club, possibly condemned to evolve into a national next season. Nancy has 24 points after 35 days.