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Barcelona made €3M from Eintracht Frankfurt fans chaos

Barcelona made €3m from the chaos of Eintracht Frankfurt's Champions League victory this week.

It was chaotic evening at the Camp Nou as over 30,000 Eintracht Frankfurt fans gained entry into Barcelona's stadium, despite the fact only 5,000 of the German support should have been inside, yet Los Cules are believed to have raised three million euros through the sale of tickets to opposition fans.

Little is yet known about how the situation came about, although Barcelona have launched an investigation into just how many tickets were able to be bought by away supporters.

However, Elena Fort, the vice president of Barcelona, has announced that the club has made around three million euros in profit from the ticket sales of the match.

"We have to open our eyes and reflect," Fort declared.

"I feel ashamed at everything we experienced at the Camp Nou on Thursday."


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