UEFA said “several people” were being treated in hospitals for injuries caused by protesters who had previously parachuted into the Allianz Arena in Munich. Franceof 1-0 victory that’s all Germany so Euro 2020..
When the parachute hit the wire of an overhead camera mounted on the roof of the stadium, debris fell on the field and the main stand, slightly losing French coach Didier Deschamps.
UEFA called it a “reckless and dangerous” act, saying “legal authorities will take the necessary actions.”
“This careless act … caused injuries to some of the people currently in the hospital,” UEFA said.
The incident happened just before the Euro 2020 match between the last two World Cup champions began. Deschamps was shown to be sneaking into the team’s dugout to avoid falling debris.
“The German Football Association has blamed him, of course, for endangering and injuring him,” said Jens Gritner, a spokesman for the German team. “And the case is being checked by police, authorities here in Munich, and UEFA, but of course it also blames what happened there. Perhaps the result was even worse.”
The protester’s parachute had the slogan “KICK OUTOIL!”. He seemed to lose control after slipping into the stadium and connecting with wires. He turned from the play area to the main stand and barely cleared the spectator’s head.
UEFA and one of its top tournament sponsors, Russia’s national energy company Gazprom, were previously targeted by Greenpeace’s protests. 2013 Champions League match FC Basel It was confusing when Greenpeace activists fled the roof of the stadium and spread banners protesting Russia’s oil and gazprom. It sponsored a visiting team, a German club. Schalke 04..
Greenpeace later donated money to a charity backed by Basel. Basel has been fined by UEFA for revoking security.
UEFA defended environmental certification in a statement on Tuesday.
“UEFA and its partners are committed to a sustainable Euro 2020 tournament, and many initiatives are underway to offset carbon emissions,” UEFA said.
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