Madrid ran out 4-1 winners in the final at Cardiff's Principality Stadium but endured a tough first half with Juventus dominating the play until Croatian Modric took control of the game. About five people were seriously hurt, including a seven-year-old boy who was trampled, Sky TG24 reported. At a certain point, hundreds ran from the centre after some reported hearing a loud sound, an explosion or a shot, according to the Associated Press reporter Brian Hendrie, who was in the square.
AFP reporters at the scene said chaotic scenes ensued in a packed square 10 minutes before the end of the match on Saturday evening, with the panic apparently triggered by fireworks being let off and one or more people shouting that a bomb had exploded.More news: Rafael Nadal's early performance at the French Open, other top seed updates
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Juventus' supporters evacuate Piazza San Carlo after a panic movement in the fan zone where thousands were watching the UEFA Champions League Final football on June 3, 2017 in Turin. "I am happy, these are good moments".
Afterwards shoes and bags littered the ground, people were seen limping and searching desperately for friends and relatives, the witness said. Police have claimed there were no serious injuries caused by the confusion.
"I am very happy - an incredible season again. There was an incident there; we hope that not too many people were injured".