Group E round-up
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Nancy beat Feyenoord 3-0 in a game marred by serious crowd trouble.
Nancy moved top of Group E and booked their place in the next round of the Uefa Cup after a 3-0 win over Feyenoord - although the match was marred by serious crowd violence at The Marcel Picot.
The French side were cruising to a 3-0 victory over their Dutch counterparts, before the referee Espen Berntsen was forced to take the players off the pitch with ten minutes left.
Feyenoord fans were at the centre of the trouble as they hurled seats at home fans and tried to break through cordons to launch further attacks, which forced police to use tear gas which drifted onto the pitch - and forced the players off the pitch. At this point Nancy fans were told to depart the stadium.
Many presumed the game was being abandoned, but instead the players were brought back on to play out the remaining ten minutes of the match..
Earlier Sebastian Puygrenier (pictured) had put the home side ahead after 22 minutes, before Andre Bahia put through his own net just before the interval.
Feyenoord were reduced to ten-men on the hour when Royston Drenthe was sent off, before Moncef Zerka fired home just minutes later from the penalty spot.
Soon after the trouble flared in the stands. When the players returned, Feyenoord won a penalty - but Pierre van Hooijdonk missed.
Nancy have now moved above Blackburn at the top which sets up a terrific finale, with the two due to meet at Ewood Park in two weeks.
Wisla Krakow have moved to third in the group after a 3-1 success over Basel - who are now out of the competition.
Mladen Petric had put Basel ahead after just eight minutes but goals from Pawel Brozek (11 & 83) and Jean Paulista (71) gave the Poles victory.
Late on Wisla were reduced to ten men when Guedes Cleber was dismissed.
Wisla will move through if they avoid defeat against Feyenoord next time out - who themselves need victory to progress.