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PSG fans mock Chelsea in parody of racist act

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PSG fans mock Chelsea in parody of racist act
PSG fans poke fun at Chelsea after their team knocked the London club out of the Champions League. Photo: Screengrab YouTube.
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PSG fans still celebrating their dramatic victory of Chelsea in the Champions League have made a video poking fun at the London club in a parody of the incident which saw racist Chelsea fans push a black man from a Metro in Paris.

A group of PSG fans have made a video mocking Chelsea after their team booted the London club out of the Champions League in dramatic fashion on Wednesday night.

The video, which you can watch below, shows a Chelsea supporter wearing the team's strip with the name of John Terry on the back, trying to board a Metro train in Paris. As the doors open a group of rowdy and joyous PSG fans prevent him from entering.

"Get out" they shout at the supporter in obvious reference to the fact that his team are out of the Champions League.

 

The video is of course a parody of the shocking incident which saw a black man repeatedly pushed from a Metro train by a group of Chelsea supporters, when the team clashed in Paris last month.

Five men are due to appear in court in London in connection with the incident. French police also opened up an investigation as politicians on both sides of The Channel lined up to condemn the fans.

Chelsea also condemned the act and have banned five supporters, but the victim, named Soulemayne S, declined their invitation to attend this week's match in London.

 

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