Incidents cause panic in crowd at Juventus fan zone in Turin

June 4, 2017 00:15
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Fans ran in panic away from Turin's central Piazza San Carlo on Saturday night after scuffles broke out among Juventus supporters watching as their side was losing the Champions League final.

Thousands of people had gathered in the evening to watch the final, taking place in Cardiff, on giant screens in the square.As Real Madrid scored the third goal against Juventus it is believed fans began scuffling with each other in the center of the piazza, causing many people to flee in panic.

Shoes and rucksacks were seen discarded on the ground as people ran away from the square and sought cover down the side streets.

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