The Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham was briefly halted by a pitch invader in the first half.
The female supporter sprinted across the pitch and reached the halfway line before being tracked down by chasing stewards and hauled off the pitch.
She was spotted in a black leotard, running with her hands in the air as the referee halted the game as she ran right through where the players were battling for a loose ball.
The camera panned away from the incident once it became apparent what had happened as the blonde was caught and dragged away to allow play to resume.
The woman is believed to be Kinsey Wolanski, the girlfriend of the Youtube prankster who invaded the 2014 World Cup Final.
Her revealing outfit left little to the imagination, and appeared to say “vitaly uncensored” in a message across the front.
It is not the first time a huge game of this magnitude has been disrupted by a pitch invader, after members of Pussy Riot crashed last year’s World Cup Final.
A ridiculous Champions League campaign got off to a fitting start in Madrid.
Sadio Mane’s attempt at a cross was adjudged to have been handled by Moussa Sissoko by referee Damir Skomina, who pointed to the spot.
There was a substantial wait as the video assistant referee checked the decision, but Salah kept his nerve and buried the spot-kick.
Spurs settled after the worst possible start, and both sides quickly got back into their rhythm after the delay due to the pitch invader.