Lyon players have been attacked on the pitch by supporters of Bastia, leading to the Ligue 1 game being delayed for nearly an hour.
Lyon's players were ushered down the tunnel as stewards held back the pitch invaders, causing a lengthy delay to kick-off.
The first pitch invasion took place about 15 minutes before the end of the warmup at Armand Cesari stadium when supporters from the Bastia 1905 group of fans came on the field and jostled with Lyon players, including Memphis Depay and Mathieu Gorgelin.
"Still angry, none of them want to leave the changing room to play this game".
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It was the second time this week that a Lyon game was marred by fan violence.
Longer, 2-minute version courtesy of OL TV shows extraordinary attempt to attack Lyon players from SC Bastia "fans".
The Lyon players returned to the pitch almost 40 minutes later and the match eventually kicked off shortly before 1600. He and Memphis (Depay) started throwing them back... before a lot of Bastia supporters attacked them. They and the staff were all very shocked.
The French league said it would investigate and urged Bastia to ban the fans responsible.
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Lyon's players huddled in the dressing rooms and later left the stadium in their team bus after security guards dispersed hundreds of waiting Bastia fans massed at the gates of the ground.
Alexander Lacazette, Lyon's top goalscorer, was not in the squad but tweeted: "Pffff shameful!"
Home supporters poured onto the pitch as they attempted to protect themselves from firecrackers and other objects raining down from the stands above.
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