Riots break out in Paris after France’s World Cup win

France fans rioted in central Paris late on Sunday after their national team won the World Cup in Russia.

There were scenes of absolute chaos in France’s capital.

Dozens of troublemakers clashed with cops and destroyed local shop fronts on the Champs Elysees.

Some threw bottles, stones and other objects at riot cops who responded with tear gas and water cannons.

According to local reports, 102 people were arrested.

Cops throw tear gas at fans rioting in Paris following celebrations after France's World Cup victory.

A man kicks a tear gas canister thrown by riot police during the clashes on the Champs Elysees.

French fans clash with police following celebrations around the Arc de Triomph after France's victory against Croatia in the World Cup Final.

A man throws a stone during the clashes, which followed celebrations around the Arc de Triomph.

A man falls to the floor after inhaling tear gas as French fans clash with riot cops.

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