The European Football Federation (UEFA) has issued a notice to fine Man City and Chelsea after the quarter-finals of the Champions League season 2022/23.
Man City beat Bayern Munich 3-0 in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League 2022/23, in this match Blue Man’s fans set off fireworks and threw many objects on the field during the match. In the second leg in Germany, Bayern Munich fans also had similar actions.
Most recently, the European Football Federation (UEFA) has issued a notice to fine Man City 5,250 euros after failing to control the fans in the match at Etihad on April 11. Bayern Munich has also been fined 8,250 euros for not being able to control. fans during the second leg of the quarter-finals on April 19.
The day before, Chelsea received Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge and lost 0-2, thereby receiving a final defeat of 0-4. UEFA also fined the London team 4,000 euros for not being able to control its fans.
In addition, Sevilla also had to receive a penalty from UEFA. In the Europa League quarter-final second leg against MU, the home team’s fans set off fireworks, which caused the Spanish team to pay a fine of 7,500 euros.
UEFA also announced a 6,500 euro fine for Gent club after fans set off fireworks and a player of this team was slow to conduct a doping test during the Europa Conference League match against West Ham.