Paris Saint Germain Ultra’s visited Real Madrid’s hotel on Monday evening as the Spanish side prepared for the Champions League clash.
A group connected with Collectif Ultras Paris disrupted Madrid’s night with flares and firecrackers outside the hotel, with reports claiming that around 50 people attended the hotel at around 1.30am.
Marca report that flares were lit and firecrackers were set off as the Ultras ensured the players of Real Madrid knew their presence.
Police later attended the scene and moved the group on, before keeping a close eye on the hotel and surrounding areas.
The famed group were banned by PSG between 2010 and 2016 after a death, but they were readmitted in October 2017 and are now closely connected to the club.
It is understood that they will be in attendance at PSG’s arrival tonight at Parc des Princes to show their full support to the Ligue 1 side.
PSG must overcome a 3-1 deficit if they are to move past the current Champions League holders on Tuesday evening.
Unai Emery’s side must do it without Brazilian forward Neymar, who has been ruled out of the tie, following surgery on a foot injury, whilst Kylian Mbappe has returned to fitness after a slight problem.