Scores of Liverpool fans threw bottles, cans and other objects at the Manchester City team bus before yesterday’s Champions League game at Anfield, leading to criticism even from Liverpool themselves of the offending hooligans.
Pep Guardiola wasn’t happy with the standard of policing, and said in his pre-match interview, “The bus is destroyed but I did not expect a prestigious club like Liverpool doing this kind of thing.”
After the attack on the Borussia Dortmund coach last year, which wounded Spanish defender Marc Bartra, Liverpool fans might have thought about the potential impact their attack on the coach might have had.
A member of Pep Guardiola’s coaching staff, Manuel Estiarte, has posted footage from inside the coach on his Instagram, which shows objects being constantly thrown at a bus that was later deemed broken and undriveable.
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