UEFA over the throwing of objects has charged manchester City by Enthusiasts during their Champions League match against Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday.
The Croatian club also have been billed by European soccer’s governing body for the identical offence, also as”acts of harms” throughout the match in the Etihad.
UEFA stated the prices against the nightclubs would be heard at the UEFA management, integrity and body’s meeting on October 17.
Dinamo’s fans took their shirts off later City took the lead at the 66th minute during Raheem Sterling, and it seemed that some chairs in their section of the floor were torn out.
Neither UEFA nor City managed to provide comment on the objects.
A City supporter recorded a movie of a Dinamo fan apparently creating a Nazi salute.
City won the game 2-0 thanks to goals from Phil and Sterling Foden to ensure maximum points from their opening two Champions League group matches.
Greek team Olympiakos were charged above a banner which UEFA alleges was racist to precisely exactly the exact same evening during their match against Red Star Belgrade in Serbia.