Liverpool fined by Uefa for Europa League crowd disturbances

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Sevilla beat Liverpool in May to win a third successive Europa League title

Liverpool have been fined 16,000 euros (£13,404) by Uefa following crowd disturbances during their Europa League final defeat by Sevilla in May.

The Reds were punished after fans displayed an illicit banner and used fireworks, as well as scuffling with Sevilla supporters.

Sevilla were fined 17,000 euros (£14,242) for crowd disturbances and the throwing of objects.

Liverpool were beaten 3-1 as Sevilla retained their title in Basel.

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