Russian punk protest group Pussy Riot takes responsibility for World Cup interruption when four people invaded the field

Pussy Riot on field dragged away World Cup 2018 Getty ImagesShaun Botterill/Getty Images

  • Sunday’s World Cup final ended with sound win by the French team over Croatia.
  • One of the most thrilling parts of the match came when four people rushed onto the field.
  • Now the Russian punk protest organization and band Pussy Riot has claimed responsibility for the game interruption.
  • In a statement posted to their Twitter account, Pussy Riot wrote that the disruption was meant to protest political prisoners, illegal arrests during protests, and more. The performance was referred to as “policeman enters the game.”

Pussy Riot, the Russian punk protest organization and band, has claimed responsibility for four people running onto the field at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow during the last match of the World Cup Sunday, France v. Croatia.

In a statement posted to their Twitter account, Pussy Riot wrote that the disruption was meant to protest political prisoners, illegal arrests during protests, and more. The performance was referred to as “policeman enters the game.”

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