Manchester United have been given an ultimatum days to pay for their breech of UEFA rules, following their Champions league late win which resulted to Exaggerated Celebration at the theatre of dreams.Despite raising many eyebrows with their last minute goal winner against Laliga Santander side Villarreal on 29th September, Manchester United have been given approximately 90 days to pay an exact total of € 8,375 million by UEFA, which includes € 3,375 for throwing of objects, and a further € 5,000 for the pitch invasion. A UEFA statement confirming the decision read:
"To fine Manchester United € 3,375 for throwing of objects, to fine Manchester United € 5,000 for the invasion of the field of play. The above fines in the total amount of € 8,375 must be paid within 90 days of communication of this decision."
According to Manchester United News, the Red devils were informed to pay for their misconduct, despite Yesterday's triumphant comeback against Atalanta.However, despite all those fines, the premier League giants have the audacity to Bragg on putting back to back comebacks to emerge as group F leaders, after a sloppy 2-1 lose start against Young Boys.
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