Manchester United is set to play Liverpool tonight and fans across the world are waiting for one of the most interesting games as it has a lot at stake.
Reports from Old Trafford indicate that the game might not go on as planned as the protests have caused a lot of damage to the ground.
According to sources, the groundsman is inspecting the extent of the damage as more details imply that broadcast cameras have been destroyed.
"Groundsman inspecting pitch for possible damage. Reports of broadcast cameras being smashed. Serious doubts over the match going ahead." Laurie Whitwell
Fans have reacted to this crucial update on the game as they criticised their fellow fans for trying to taint the other fans negatively.
Legacy" 3 points awarded to Liverpool. Lovely stuff."
Todd"This is not safe for the players. Cancel the match. There are protests, and there are riots."
Rich"They should have called it off already, called in the police to restore order and instruct people to protest peacefully or go home. Players, game-day staff, media deserve a safe environment — physically and mentally. What a spectacle."
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