Euro 2020: Met chief denies policing of final failed as disabled fans tell of terror

Thousands thought to have illegally entered Wembley via disabled doors but Met stands by officers’ decisions

A London police chief has revealed that Sunday’s Euro 2020 final could have been abandoned after ticketless fans “overwhelmed” perimeter security at Wembley stadium.

Jane Connors, deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan police, said the force was committed to identifying those responsible and rejected claims that the policing operation had failed.

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