French police fired tear gas and dispersed crowds from the Champs Elysees late on Sunday after clashes with a small group of unruly fans threatened to spoil celebrations of France's World Cup win over Croatia in Moscow.
But as the evening wore on, a small number of fans clashed with police, damaging some businesses and properties along the Champs Elysees.
Some threw stones and other projectiles at riot police who responded with teargas.
A decision was made by security officials to disperse the crowd, BFM TV said. It said minor crowd trouble was also reported in the city of Lyon.
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