Camila Cabello was booed by Liverpool fans amid failed Champions League final ticket sales

Camila Cabello was booed by Liverpool supporters as she sang an ensemble of her four hits during the opening ceremony ahead of the UEFA Champions League final

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Pop emotion Camila Cabello received the end of a chorus of boos from Liverpool supporters as she took to the opening ceremony stage ahead of the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday night.

The 25-year-old performed a medley of four of her hits including ‘Senorita’ and ‘Don’t Go Yet’ as The Reds prepared to take on Real Madrid in Paris.

Fans, who were so angered by the ticketing issue that thousands of people had to line up outside the stadium that the match was postponed three times, mocked the singer’s performance to let UEFA know their thoughts. their thoughts on the shortcomings of the governing body’s organization.

Camila Cabello performs during the pre-match show before the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool FC and Real Madrid at the Stade de France


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Camilla Cabello has no fan taunts for her during her performance


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Outside the Stade de France, Anfield club fans were pepper sprayed by French security officials as tensions rose.

Meanwhile, inside the pitch, the final proceedings were conducted with empty seats in the stands even though many supporters were stuck outside.

The Mirror’s chief writer John Cross wrote: “With so much chaos outside, it speaks to utter contempt for the fans to press ahead with the opening ceremony. Shameful.”

Football presenter Gary Lineker seemed to be caught up in the matter himself, taking to Twitter to declare: “Can’t find it in the ground. This looks very dangerous. Absolute carnage.

He soon added: “I’m not sure there could have been a worse organized event if you had tried. Totally bad and dangerous,” before tagging UEFA’s account.

Liverpool FC released a statement midway through the second half of the match, which they ultimately lost by a single goal.

It read: “We are extremely disappointed by the problems with getting into the stadium and breaking the security perimeter that Liverpool fans faced this evening at the Stade de France.

“This is European football’s greatest game and supporters should not have to go through the spectacles we witnessed tonight.

“We have officially requested a formal investigation into the cause of these unacceptable problems.”

Camila Cabello performed an ensemble of four of her greatest hits


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UEFA, meanwhile, responded with a statement blaming the problems related to buying fake tickets.

“Prior to the game, the turnstiles at Liverpool’s end were blocked by thousands of fans who bought fake tickets that did not work in the turnstiles,” it said.

“This created a huge amount of fans trying to get in. As a result, the match was postponed 35 minutes to allow as many fans with genuine tickets as possible to enter the field.

As the numbers outside the stadium continued to grow after the match began, police dispersed them with tear gas and forced them to leave the stadium.

“UEFA sympathizes with those affected by these events and will urgently look into these further issues together with the police and French authorities, and with the French Football Federation.”

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