An imaginary reward… revealing the secret of storming the Champions League final

Less than two minutes after the start of the match between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final, the match was stopped due to 3 fans storming the floor of Wembley Stadium.

According to an investigation conducted by the Daily Mail newspaper, the trio who stormed the stadium were aspiring to obtain a huge prize spotted by a Russian influencer named Melstroy, whose real name is Andrei Burem, who was famous for providing violent content on social media.

Days before the match, the Russian influencer promised to pay 300,000 pounds sterling to anyone who stormed Wembley Stadium. He now owes the trio who entered the stadium 900,000 pounds sterling, especially since they all wore a shirt bearing the name Melstroy.

Purim was banned more than once from the YouTube platform due to the violent clips he posted, the most prominent of which was his assault on a model. He was also tried in Russia, convicted, and imprisoned in 2021.

In the end, the security forces immediately dealt with the intruding trio, assisted by Borussia Dortmund star Marcel Sabitzer, and they are now under arrest in the British capital, London.