Manchester City charged by UEFA over fan behaviour against Dinamo Zagreb

Manchester City Are charged by UEFA over the Casting of objects by Lovers during their Champions League Game against Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday.

The Croatian club have also been charged by European footballs governing body to the same offence, also asfunctions of harms during the match in the Etihad.
UEFA stated the fees against the nightclubs would be heard at ethics, the UEFA management and disciplinary bodys meeting on October 17.
Dinamos lovers took their shirts off after City took the lead at the minute through Raheem Sterling, and it seemed that some chairs in their section of the ground were ripped out.
Neither UEFA nor City managed to offer immediate comment on the objects thrown by Blues supporters.
Even a City supporter recorded a movie of a Dinamo fan.
City won the game 2-0 thanks to goals in Sterling and Phil Foden to ensure maximum points from their opening two Champions League group games.
Greek club Olympiakos were charged over a banner that UEFA alleges was racist to the evening during their match against Red Star Belgrade in Serbia.

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