Football NewsBayern Munich Fans Protest Against High Ticket Prices
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It’s a standout amongst the most of jogged out actualities about the Bundesliga that English football fans fixate on, that clubs in Germany don’t rinse their supporters for all their value with regards to ticket costs. So Bayern Munich fans were normally shocked when they were charged €100 to watch Die Roten go up against Anderlecht, in Belgium, today around evening time.

The Bavarian fans made a trip to Brussels to watch the Bundesliga champions secure their place in the last 16 of the Champions League. What’s more, they made a point to make their shock known amid a challenge at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium.

Bayern’s supporters tossed counterfeit cash onto the pitch in Brussels and uncovered a banner venting their opposition to the €100 ticket value, which read “Is your gr€€d now satisfied?”.

Bayern Munich Fans throw money on the pitch

In any event, Bayern’s fans got the chance to see a triumphant exertion by their team, in any case, with a 2-1 triumph being secured by goals from Polish goal machine Robert Lewandowski and French midfielder Corentin Tolisso.