The supporters were soaked in tear gas after they set flares on the Mediterranean city streets after the club were hit with a stadium closure for a Europa game at the beginning of this season.
The fans of Marseille clashed with police on the French port city streets before the start of Europa League match with Lazio.
Police used tear gas on supporters after they set off flares on the Mediterranean city streets.
After this, the police came in full riot gear and sent the riot vans on the streets to deal with the trouble and take the matter under its control.
Lazio and Marseille, both of them have the most popular ultras in Europe and the related authorities are showing interest to make sure that the game is taking place safely.
On the other hand, the host side was pushed to take part in their first Europa League clash and play opposite Frankfurt in the stadium with no crowd after this series of issues that happened during the last season.
They lost the game with the score 2-1 despite the team of Bundesliga playing the last half hour with10 men only.
While the image of English football has been tarred for the terrible behavior abroad, this week’s scenes are a reminder that the European clubs require their poor reputations.
The reports of trouble outside the Stadio Olimpico were there ahead of the clash of Roma with CSKA Moscow. That was the different incident to the collapsed escalator at a Metro station.