2022 – UEFA Champions League Final: Andy Robertson of Liverpool describes the organization as ‘chaos’.

Andy Robertson has played for Liverpool in three Champions League finals and won only one

Organizing the Champions League final at the Stade de France in Paris was “nonsense”, according to Liverpool defender Andy Robertson.

Robertson says he gave a friend a ticket but he was denied entry to the game Real Madrid won 1-0.

“One of my companions was told it was fake,” he said, “and I assure you it was not.”

“It was really a mess,” the Scotsman told BBC Sport.

Pictures emerged of huge crowds of Liverpool fans queuing outside the stadium.

The big screen in the stadium said the match was delayed due to “the late arrival of the fans”, but some claimed that they were at the stadium hours before kick-off.

Police outside the compound fired tear gas while a few supporters tried to climb over the security barriers.

Liverpool has demanded an investigation In the “unacceptable problems” fans are facing – with some not hitting the floor until the second half.

Robertson added: “To be honest sometimes people made it up and panicked. It was just unacceptable to throw tear gas at people.

“It was horrible for our fans and all the families that went through it too. It wasn’t a nice experience, it wasn’t a nice ending. The Champions League was supposed to be a celebration, but it wasn’t.

“Obviously the final wasn’t supposed to be here and whether the preparations weren’t as good as they should have been, but I’m sure there will be an investigation into that in the coming days.”

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