UEFA charge Spartak Moscow with racist behaviour after Liverpool match


Jurgen Klopp remarks on the strength of competition in the round of 16 and is confident that no team will be happy to face Liverpool.
Steve Nicol can’t decide whether he’s more likely to remember Liverpool’s attack or Spartak’s ‘shambolic’ defending in their 7-goal rout.

UEFA has charged Spartak Moscow with racist behaviour during their UEFA Youth League match against Liverpool.

In a statement, UEFA confirmed: “Disciplinary proceedings have been opened following the UEFA Youth League group stage match between Liverpool FC Youth and FC Spartak Moskva Youth (2-0), played on 6 December in England.”

Liverpool told UEFA that they believe Rhian Brewster was subject to racial abuse from an opposing player during Wednesday’s UEFA Youth League match with Spartak at Prenton Park.

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