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Report says a group of four Chelsea fans were evicted from a Euston to Manchester service at 10.30pm

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Chelsea fans refused to allow the commuter to board the carriage

Chelsea fans 'tear-gassed by French police before and after' PSG draw, according to reports

Reports suggest fans were targeted by police

Chelsea fans refused to allow the commuter to board the carriage

Chelsea promise to ban fans who stopped a black passenger boarding a train on the Paris Metro

Footage emerged after the 1-1 draw at the Parc des Princes

John Terry applauds the Chelsea fans

PSG 1 Chelsea 1: 'Thibaut Courtois kept us in it, we got away with a happy draw,' says John Terry

Blues had to dig in deep in the French capital

Edinson Cavani celebrates his equalising goal
David Luiz squares off with Diego Costa

PSG 1 Chelsea 1 player ratings: Edinson Cavani? David Luiz? Branislav Ivanovic? Eden Hazard? Who was the star man?

The return leg at Stamford Bridge takes place on 11 March

Diego Costa and David Luiz come together

PSG 1 Chelsea 1: David Luiz displays his usual self-belief to leave Nemanja Matic trailing behind

ANALYSIS: Chelsea came up against their former defender for the first time since his big-money departure

David Luiz with John Terry prior to the match

David Luiz cheats the vanishing spray to help Zlatan Ibramovic take a free-kick during PSG vs Chelsea

Former Chelsea defender decided the free-kick should be taken somewhere other than where the referee thought it should be

Willian, Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill celebrate Chelsea's goal

Thibaut Courtois vs Petr Cech: Chelsea goalkeeper justifies his place for PSG tie - and has been doing so all season

Comparing the regular Chelsea starter with former favourite Petr Cech

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Chelsea bus hits parking problems ahead of Champions League tie with PSG

Pictures appear to show the team coach hitting some trouble

Willian, Branislav Ivanovic and Gary Cahill celebrate Chelsea's goal
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's celebration was to raise awareness for those starving

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BBC producers didn't want to broadcast Sir David Attenborough's famed Rwandan encounter
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