Euro 2016 in Paris – level 3

Euro 2016 in Paris – level 3

14-07-2016 07:00

A night of chaos on the streets of Paris. This is how Euro 2016 came to a close.

Disappointment started early. The 90,000 capacity fan zone at the foot of the Eiffel Tower quickly filled, but dozens of fans were left outside. With many desperate to get in and fears of overcrowding, police took to using teargas to try and disperse the crowds.

At half time, the score was 0-0, but mopeds and cars were on fire. Then in extra time, Portugal scored the only goal of the game and France couldn't reply.

The host nation, desperate to have their spirits lifted after November's terror attacks, had lost and disappointed fans took to Paris's famous Champs-Elysses to vent their frustrations. Once again, police fired teargas at the crowds in an effort to control them.

But it wasn't all disappointment on the streets. Streams of Portuguese fans were also out, but then, they had cause for celebration.

Difficult words: dozens (many), desperate (if you are desperate to do something, you really really want to do it), disperse (break up), in an effort (trying to).

Source: www.ondemandnews.com

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