Germania vs. Francia: 'Kick out oil' protester parachutes into Allianz Arena stadium ahead of Euro 2020 incontro

A protester parachuted into Munich’s Allianz Arena moments before the start of the Euro 2020 la partita di martedì tra Germania e Francia, ferendo diverse persone che sono state ricoverate in ospedale, according to European football governing body UEFA.

The yellow parachute had the wordsKICK OUT OIL” e “GREENPEACEemblazoned on it.
Footage circulated on social media showed the parachutist colliding with cables supporting an overhead camera before appearing to lose control.
    This inconsiderate actwhich could have had very serious consequences for a huge number of people attendingcaused injuries to several people attending the game who are now in hospital and law authorities will take the necessary action,” said UEFA in a statement sent to CNN Sport.
      UK broadcaster ITV, which televised the match, showed the protester eventually landing on the field and escorted off the pitch by security.
        ITV also showed minor debris from the incident almost hitting France coach Didier Deschamps.
         A Greenpeace activist parachutes into the stadium ahead of the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group F match between France and Germany on June 15, 2021 in Munich, Germania.

        Greenpeace Germany tweeted an apology, in part sayingdue to a technical fault, a forced emergency landing was endangered and one person was apparently injured as a result. We hope everyone is fine. #FRAGER.
          An earlier twittare disse: “This protest was never intended to disrupt the game or injure people.
          CNN has reached out to Greenpeace for further comment. Munich police did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.
          Sul suo sito web, Greenpeace says the organization aims todefend the natural world and work for a green and peaceful future.
          UEFA in its statement added: “UEFA and its partners are fully committed to a sustainable EURO 2020 tournament and many initiatives have been implemented to offset carbon emissions.
            The match was not impacted by the incident. France won the Group F match 1-0.

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