Paris Saint-Germain have been punished with the closure of their north stand and a 43,000 euros fine from UEFA, due to incidents that occurred in their Champions League loss against Real Madrid.
Their 3-1 defeat against Real at the Parc des Princes was marred by several incidents in the crowd.
Due to PSG ultras igniting flares, using laser pointers and blocking stairways and passages during that game, they have been hit with the fine and stand closure as a result.
The referee had to stop the game on two occasions, in the 48th and 66th minute, to deal with certain issues.
UEFA’s Disciplinary Committee informed PSG of their intentions on Thursday.