Weapons, fireworks and medication have been entirely on a trainer carrying Paris St Germain buffs to a Women’s Champion’s League match against .

Up to 50 buffs were denied entry to the quarterfinal tie at Kingsmeadow.

Police were first called to reports of vandalism at the scene at 08:00 GMT, then later to disease at Waterloo and Wimbledon stations.

A trainer that travelled overnight from Paris was hunted and 1 arrest was made.

In an announcement, the Met Police said:”Weapons, including knives and knuckledusters, were recovered together with category A drugs.

“One individual from the coach was arrested for possession of class A drugs along with the passengers were escorted from the region by authorities “

The match kicked-off at as scheduled at 19:05.

Reports indicate a door at the scene was broken and also portions of the earth had daubed with pro- graffiti.

BBC Sports reporter Jacqui Oatley tweeted:”I’m told that there were weapons – knuckle-duster and knives plus medication onboard.

Barred from guys’s and youth matches but not women’s.”

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