Panic in Turin after scuffle amongst soccer fans
04 June 2017 | 3:30 am
Fans ran in panic away from Turin's central Piazza San Carlo on Saturday night after scuffles broke out amongst Juventus supporters watching as their side was losing the Champions League final.
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