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IMAGE: Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring Liverpool’s fourth goal in Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League match against FC Salzburg at Anfield on October 2. Photograph: Andrew Yates/Reuters
Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) has fined Liverpool and Manchester City for incidents involving crowd disturbance during the recent Champions League matches.
These fines have been imposed by the UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body.
Last year’s Champions League winner Liverpool have been fined 10,000 euros after their fans invaded the pitch during their 4-3 win against Salzburg at Anfield Stadium on October 2.
A group of youngsters climbed over the hoardings and ran towards defender Andy Robertson to collect his shirt, while another spectator entered the pitch midway through the second half.
Salzburg were fined 3,250 euros over the throwing of objects.
City have been fined 15,750 euros as their fans threw objects during the side’s match against Dinamo Zagreb.
Dinamo have also been ordered to pay 20,000 euros for the same offence and acts of damages in the away end at the Etihad Stadium.
Scottish club Celtic were fined 12,000 euros after their fans set off fireworks during the Europa League match against Cluj.
Further , Ajax Amsterdam have been banned by UEFA from selling tickets to their fans for next month’s Champions League game at Chelsea following crowd trouble in their match at Valencia,
UEFA fined Ajax 50,000 euros ($ 55,615) due to the behaviour of their fans during a 3-0 win at Valencia earlier this month and an additional 18,000 euros for “improper conduct of the team”.
“The Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body has decided … to ban AFC Ajax from selling tickets to its away supporters for its next (1) UEFA competition match,” UEFA said in a statement on Thursday.
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