Champions league final chaos: Liverpool demand investigation into treatment of fans • FRANCE 24

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French police arrested 105 people and placed 39 into custody during the Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid, following chaotic scenes on Saturday at the Stade de France north of Paris that were branded a national embarrassment. Liverpool called for an investigation into the treatment of their supporters ahead of the game at the Stade de France which the club said left thousands of ticket holders struggling to enter the stadium. FRANCE 24’s Benedicte Paviot tells us more.

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