Manchester City claims Liverpool fans attacked bus at Anfield

Manchester City claims Liverpool fans attacked bus at Anfield

Manchester City on Monday alleged that their team bus was attacked leaving Anfield on Sunday night.



The incident allegedly occurred after the team lost to Liverpool in their first loss of the season.



Liverpool defeated City 1-0 on Sunday, in the most anticipated match of the weekend. In response, Pep Guardiola said he was stoned with coins and the team bus was left with a crack in the windscreen after an unidentified object was thrown at it.


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Manchester City’s team bus had previously been attacked by Liverpool fans in 2018. The bus was pelted with bottles in the build-up to a Champions League tie.



The City boss also claimed vile songs were chanted at him by away supporters.


On Super Sunday, Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah stopped the unbeaten run of the champions with his goal in the 76th minute; while Erling Haaland’s foul on Liverpool defender, Fabinho, led to Phil Foden’s goal being canceled.


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The result helped Arsenal extend the lead by four points and saw City level points with Tottenham at 23 points. Liverpool with 13 points moved to eighth place on the league table.



Liverpool has since vowed to study CCTV footage and said lifetime bans will be issued to any supporter found to have thrown coins at the City boss.



Meanwhile, Manchester United footballer Mason Greenwood has been swept into court on Monday. It comes after being charged with attempted rape; controlling and coercive behavior and assault of a teenage student.



The England winger appeared in the dock of Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Monday wearing a grey sweatshirt and grey jogging bottoms.

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