Camila Cabello was the unfortunate recipient of fury from Liverpool fans before their Champions League final clash against Real Madrid on Saturday evening as UEFA were panned for their dismal ticketing preparations.
Thousands of fans of Jurgen Klopp's men faced a lengthy wait to get into the Stade de France in Paris, with tear gas being used by security officials and supporters forced to climb ramps due to the amount of time taken to complete security checks.
With kick-off delayed on three occasions past the 8pm schedule, Cabello's performance before the game was booed by those in the ground in a bid to slam UEFA for their organisational shortcomings before hand.
John Cross of the Daily Mirror wrote: "With so much chaos outside, it rather sums up the utter contempt for fans to press ahead with the opening ceremony. Shameless."
Carnage before the biggest game of the European football calendar forced UEFA to push the game from an 8pm scheduled start to beyond 8:30pm BST.
Even with that delay, many fans were seen outside the ground with empty seats inside.
In one worrying social media video, Liverpool fans were seen being forced to climb out of a bottleneck of people that is thought to have been created by slow security checks.
Gary Lineker has also been caught up in the confusion, writing on Twitter: "Finding it impossible to get in the ground. This appears to be very dangerous. Absolute carnage."
Before adding: "I’m not sure it’s possible to have a more poorly organised event if you tried. Absolutely shambolic and dangerous. @UEFAcom."
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