Arsenal football Club and Bayern Munich were fined by UEFA over the misconduct by their Fans during Champions League last-16 clash at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal, Bayern Munich fined for this incidents that took Place during the German side’s 5-1 Champions League win in London on March 7.
The governing body of the European football opened a disciplinary actions the day after the game was Played. Fans of the Said Club threw toilet paper on the pitch and a fan also ran onto the playing surface.
Arsenal and Bayern Munich where fined as thus;
Arsenal : Fined for Field Invasion, €5,000 ($5,400)
Bayern Munich: Fined for Object Throwing by fans, €3,000 ($3,240)
Arsenal, Bayern Munich Fined over Champions League Incidents
The Misconducts by their Fans had caused this penalty on them, In a statement; The UEFA body said “The charges against Arsenal FC were related to the field invasions by supporters”.
“While The charges against FC Bayern Munich were related to the throwing of objects”.
Earlier on, before the last-16 game at the Emirates, fans of the German giants held up a banner reading,
“Without fans football is not worth a penny,” in protest at the cost of ticket prices.
The Fans were Found throwing Loads of unwrapped toilet papers and objects into the field. And some of the Arsenal fans were found invading the field causing the Game to be delayed.
Even after they Manage to let peace reign after sometime, At the End of the Match another commotion came Up. So this Lead to the Fine, the Clubs has to Pay.
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