Liverpool vs Manchester City game at Anfield last night grabbed the eyeballs. Liverpool defeated Manchester City 3-0. It was a great atmosphere at Anfield, but the Liverpool fans go crazy yesterday to support their team. They attacked Manchester City’s team bus when it crossed the Anfield road. UEFA took the stand and asks for an inquiry and today they charged Liverpool for attacking Manchester City’s bus.
“UEFA charged Liverpool with acts of damage and crowd disturbances after cans and at least one bottle were thrown at City’s bus. They are also charged for objects thrown on the pitch and setting off fireworks inside the ground,” Yahoo news reports.
— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) April 5, 2018
However, temporary relief for Liverpool is that there will be no disciplinary action before May 31st. it means Liverpool can go further in the Uefa Champions League competition this season. They are leading 3-0 with their quarterfinals first-leg result and they have a bright chance of going further.
They wouldn’t have liked to be ruined their campaign by any harsh disciplinary sanctions. Although, they need to be careful going forward and made sure their fans don’t get crazy as they move further into the tournament.
However, the tie is still open with a second-leg to be played out at Etihad next week. Liverpool is clearly favorite now to move forward in the tournament. The five-time European champion will be a real threat to the other teams qualifying alongside them in semifinals.