Source: Football Europe and America Exchange
Original title: A total of 105 people were arrested in the riots in the Champions League final, and the kick-off time was postponed
On May 29, Beijing time, before the start of the Champions League final, the kick-off time was forced to be delayed by as much as half an hour due to the riots outside the field. The game finally kicked off at 3:36. According to RMC Sports, the French Interior Ministry released a report showing that a total of 105 people were arrested in off-field incidents in the Champions League final.
French media revealed that there was a major security problem at the Stade de France. More than 100 fans without tickets forced their way into the stadium. In a few minutes, Liverpool fans without tickets broke through the defense line of the police stationed at Gate U. Outside the stadium, a group of Frenchmen were attacking and robbing fans around the stadium.
Western media reported that 15,000 fans without tickets appeared at the Stade de France. Many fans without tickets tried to climb over the wall to enter the stadium. The police had to use tear gas to evacuate the crowd. Some fans showed their final tickets to local media cameras, but were unable to enter. It is reported that a total of 39 of the 105 people were detained.
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