Chaos in the Puskas Arena: the tifosi sneaked in with traps

The Puskas Arena lives a real chaos with the tickets and the tifosi of Roma multiply their presence in the hungarian stadium. As shown by some videos posted on the web, specifically one from El Chiringuito that demonstrates it, many Giallorossi fans They have managed to enter the automatic turnstiles that give entrance to the stadium two by two, but with only one entrance. They pass at the same time.

Many more Roman fans than Sevilla fans were expected, whose number will be around 12 or 13 thousand, but a few minutes before the match began, there were already more than 30,000 tifosi in the stands of the stadium. In part, surely, because of this trap of fans who traveled to Budapest without having a location.

The Nervionense fans are in a clear minority in the stands of the Magyar Coliseum, grouped practically in a quarter of the stadium. In the rest of the stands, the Romanesque color clearly predominates. In Cologne 2020 there was no public due to the pandemic. In Basel 2016, when Sevilla won the Fifth Europa League, Sevilla were also in obvious inferiority Regarding the Liverpool fans: then, some 6,000 Sevilla fans against more than 30,000 Reds.

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