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Manchester City and Dinamo Zagreb charged by UEFA

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UEFA charged Manchester City and Dinamo Zagreb over the both club’s fans’ behaviour at the Champions League match on Tuesday night.

Both sides’ supporters have behaved aggressively.

Yet, Zagreb are accused of damaging around 150 seats, clashing with security, and throwing objects towards the City fans, according to MEN Sport.

City have to do repair work as quickly as they can in order to be ready for the Premier League match against  Wolves on Sunday.

So the Citizens may need the repair cost from the Croatian side.

This case will be discussed by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body during their 17 October’s meeting.

City have finished their clash against Dinamo Zagreb with a 2-0 win. Now the Sky Blues have two victories in two Champions League games.

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