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Paris: UEFA has announced that it will pay compensation to those who buy tickets to watch the Champions League football final but cannot see it. UEFA has announced that it will pay compensation to 2,700 ticket holders.

Spanish giants Real Madrid beat England’s Liverpool 1-0 in the final in Stade de France. The match was delayed by half an hour after police used tear gas to confront fans outside the stadium. Family and friends of the Liverpool players were involved in the controversy.

The problems started when some people without tickets tried to get inside. When the police stopped him, he tried to climb over the barriers. This was followed by the use of tear gas and pepper spray. Despite the ticket, many Liverpool fans were unable to enter the stadium.

After the match, the French government convened an emergency meeting. After the meeting, French Sports Minister Amelia Auda Castera said she had asked UEFA to pay compensation to ticket holders who could not watch the match.

The government focused on the issue because of the upcoming French assembly elections. Paris will also host the 2023 Rugby World Cup and the 2024 Olympics.

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