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Man City and Liverpool fined by Uefa for Champions League crowd trouble

Phil Foden (left) and Raheem Sterling both scored for City in the win over Zagreb

 

Manchester City have been fined 15,750 euros (£13,644) by Uefa for the "throwing of objects" by their fans during the 2-0 Champions League win over Dinamo Zagreb on 1 October.

Zagreb have been fined 20,000 euros (£17,326) for the same offence and "acts of damages" at Etihad Stadium.

Read more: Man City and Liverpool fined by Uefa for Champions League crowd trouble

Mauricio Pochettino: Dinner invite means squad are behind me (2019)

Mauricio Pochettino led Tottenham to a fourth place finish in the Premier League and the Champions League final last season



Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is convinced his squad are still behind him because he has been invited to a team dinner by one of his players.

Pochettino's position is under scrutiny after a run of three wins from 11 games in all competitions so far this season.

Read more: Mauricio Pochettino: Dinner invite means squad are behind me (2019)

North Korea v South Korea: Match was 'like war', says South

The game was played with no spectators and no journalists allowed




South Korea's football team has described their recent match with North Korea as "like a war", after arriving back in the South.

The qualifier for the 2022 World Cup took place in the North's capital Pyongyang on Tuesday in a stadium with no fans from either country.

Read more: North Korea v South Korea: Match was 'like war', says South

Bulgaria v England: Police arrest six following racist abuse at Euro qualifier

England players leave the pitch during one of the stoppages in Monday's qualifier



Bulgarian police have identified 15 fans they suspect are responsible for subjecting black England players to racist abuse and arrested six of them.

The nine not arrested are under police investigation, with three wanted.

Read more: Bulgaria v England: Police arrest six following racist abuse at Euro qualifier

El Clasico: La Liga ask for Barcelona-Real Madrid game to be moved

Real Madrid last beat Barcelona in the league in April 2016



La Liga has asked for El Clasico on 26 October to be switched from Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium to Real Madrid's Bernabeu over fears of civil unrest.

There have been days of protest in Barcelona after nine Catalan separatist leaders were jailed on Monday.

Read more: El Clasico: La Liga ask for Barcelona-Real Madrid game to be moved


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