host ofEuropean 1Henri Guaino condemns “the image of the West as a whole that is affected.” “Violence is on the rise, and the West, which is always teaching lessons to the world, is now giving a picture of societies that are broken,” the former MP said.
During the evening, police arrested 68 people, 39 of whom were eventually taken into custody. In addition, 174 supporters were slightly injured.
Special Envoy for Team channel, at the Stade de France, Bertrand Latour tells what the fans have experienced at the stadium. He was beaten by England fans before.
Guest of the Grand Jury of the Day RTLMarine Le Pen says she feels a “feeling of humiliation” because of what happened yesterday at the Stade de France. “France can no longer organize large demonstrations without collapsing,” she added.
At the shooting of BFMTV, Jean-Luc Mélenchon indicated that “we are not ready enough because Paris is coming in 2024.” He also criticized “the methods of Minister Darmanin and the prefect.”
13:03 – Several people without a ticket tried to climb through the gate and enter the Stade de France
This was a real remark this evening, as some fans returned outside the Stade de France despite their tickets, others tried to climb through the gates and enter the stadium without a ticket.
Some Liverpool fans were forced to stay out of the Stade de France despite having a ticket to the match.
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan responds to the incidents on the edge of the Champions League final with the words “disgrace to France”.
Shame on France! Spanish journalist: “I have attended many Champions League finals. I have never seen what happens at the Stade de France. There are groups of French people around the stadium attacking and robbing fans.”
– N. Dupont-Aignan (@dupontaignan) May 28, 2022
11:33 – Shots of the British fanzone after the match
A fan zone for Liverpool fans has been set up in Vincennes to accommodate Reds fans who did not have a ticket to the match.
The Reds called for an investigation into “the causes of these unacceptable problems”
“As the number of people outside the stadium continued to grow after the excavation, police had to use tear gas to disperse them,” UEFA said in a statement, saying they would continue. “urgently” to audit what happened. with the police and the French authorities, as well as with the French Football Federation (FFF).
Home Secretary Gérald Darmanin has responded to clashes that preceded the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid. He criticized British “supporters” who “forced entries and occasionally abused stewards.”
WITH @ AOC1978at the Stade de France security headquarters. Thousands of British “fans” without tickets or with fake tickets forced entry and sometimes attacked stewards. I thank the many police forces that were mobilized in this difficult situation tonight. pic.twitter.com/gEXCqPhWmZ
– Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) May 28, 2022