Liverpool handed second UEFA fine

2016-05-27 07:58
Liverpool fans (Getty Images)
Liverpool fans (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Liverpool have been hit with a second Uefa fine in less than a week for their fans letting off fireworks during their Europa League quarterfinal against Borussia Dortmund in April.

The club were handed an €11 000 fine by Uefa's Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body on Thursday for incidents during the 4-3 win over the German side at Anfield.

Liverpool were fined €57 000 by European soccer's governing body on Tuesday over their fans' misconduct, including illicit chanting, during the Europa League last-16 tie against Premier League rivals Manchester United.

Uefa has also charged Liverpool over their fans' behaviour during the Europa League final defeat by Sevilla in Basel last week.

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