Connor Cunningham (a fitting name) was despertatly trying to get a ticket to see his beloved Ireland take on Estonia but when he showed up ticketless to the stadium hoping to find a fairly priced tout he was out of luck... Or so he thought. After being quoted 600€ for a ticket he decided to see if he could talk his way into the stadium but the security guard was having none of it! Determined as ever, the cunning man that he is, (see what I did there) saw a window of opportunity, or should I say a door of opportunity. He saw an unmanned door which was open so he decided to slip in, as you do. The door led him to a dead end corridor with nothing in it except for a bag of footballs, he lifted up the bag and underneath was an Estonia team tracksuit. He whipped on this tracksuit over his jeans and football shirt, flung the ball bag over his shoulder and walked back out. Now in his disguise he headed to the main entrance where security guards let him through with no problem, after having got in he claims he didn't know what to do at that point so he thought he might as well keep up with the act. He made his way pitch side to the Estonian dug out and took a seat. He only ended up sitting next to the manager... He says about 10-15 minutes passed when suspicion arose and an official realised he wasn't part of this team at all. Instead of kicking him out the stadium the just put him in the stands where he calmly watched the rest of the game. Ireland went on to smash Estonia 4-0 and after the game he went back and got onto the pitch to celebrate with the Irish and even wormed his way down the tunnel and watched some post-match interviews. This man has some seriously big cajones. I would like to say, if you're to ever try to sneak into a stadium to watch a game, do it this way.
Side note: Try not to arouse suspicion by taking videos on your phone during the game
Here he is again, ball bag included, getting back onto the pitch and celebrating after the game.