Liverpool Supporters Applaud Bayern Munich Fans For Supporting The ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ Campaign
Bayern Munich supporters earned the admiration of Liverpool fans at Anfield after supporting the 'Twenty's Plenty' campaign.
The Football Supporters' Federation launched the campaign in 2013 to 'enforce an away match tickets cap of £20 (£15 for concessions),' according to Balls.ie.
The German club's fans voiced their support for Twenty's Plenty with banners in the away end, which Reds supporters applauded them for doing so.
Liverpool fans also played their part in creating the perfect atmosphere for the match ahead of kick-off.
Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool side were held to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their Champions League clash against Bayern Munich, though they did have the opportunity to win the match on multiple occasions.
Sadio Mané had a brilliant chance to score an overhead kick against the reigning Bundesliga champions, but his failed attempt allowed Bayern Munich to take a cheeky swipe at him on social media.
Following on from the match, Klopp said that his team should have done much better against Bayern Munich.
"We made life more difficult with the last pass today -- about 10 or 12 times a promising situation [fizzled out]. We can play better. We should play better," he told BT Sport (via BBC Sport).
"In the first half, we had the bigger chances. I can't remember any chances for either side in the second half.
"It wasn't a Champions League night from that point of view. From a result point of view, it's OK. It's not a dream result, but it's a good one."
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