newsdog Facebook

UEFA Champions League: Fake currencies with Neymar's face on them circulate at the Alianz Arena

Pulse 2017-12-06 14:52:55

Bayern Munich Munich fans threw fake currencies with Neymar's face on them onto the field at the Alianz Arena in protest against UEFA over high ticket prices

news

Bayern Munich's fans have risked the wrath of UEFA once again by printing counterfeit €500 notes featuring Neymar's face and hurling them at the Brazilian star during their Champions League win over Paris Saint-Germain.

A wad of the fake bills were thrown at Neymar as he walked over to take a corner in the 34th minute of Bayern's 3-1 win on Tuesday night.

Neymar, the world's most expensive footballer following his £198m move from Barcelona to PSG last summer, definitely noticed the stunt, but simply cleared them away with his boot.

READ MORE: Top 10 players who made the Ghana Premier League better in 2017

Bayern Munich fans printed fake €500 notes with Neymar's face on them  after they were charged by UEFA for protesting against ticket prices in their last game in Anderlecht.

 

Bayern Munich fans printed fake €500 notes with Neymar's face on them  after they were charged by UEFA for protesting against ticket prices in their last game in Anderlecht

The notes can be seen fluttering down from the stands to the right of the picture as Neymar walks over to take a corner in the 34th minute.

The notes can be seen fluttering down from the stands to the right of the picture as Neymar walks over to take a corner in the 34th minute

It comes after UEFA charged the Bundesliga champions for a fan protest over extortionate ticket prices charged by Anderlecht in their last Champions League match in Brussels last month.

Bayern fans were charged €100 for their tickets at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, a considerable shock given the very cheap prices charged in German grounds.

 

Credit: Dailymail