Bayern Munich away fans have expressed their dissatisfaction with ticket prices.

Munich won 1-0 against PSG in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-23 season European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) held at the Parc des Princes in Paris, France at 5 am (hereinafter referred to as Korean time) on the 15th. . Munich, who won the first leg of the away game, occupied an advantage in advancing to the quarterfinals. The second match between the two teams will be held at the home of Munich on the 9th of next month.

On this day, Munich operated a 3-4-3 formation. Musiala, Chupo-Moting, and Sane lined up in the front line, while Komang, Goretzka, Kimihi, and Cancelo played as midfielders. The three backs were paired with De Ligt, Upamecano and Pavard, with Sommer in goal.

Against this, PSG took out a 4-4-2 formation. Neymar and Messi started as two tops, while Soler, Pereira, Verati, and Zaire-Emery formed the midfield. Mendes, Ramos, Marquinhos, and Hakimi were in charge of the back four, and Donnarumma wore goalkeeper gloves.

The tight balance of the game was broken early in the second half. In the 8th minute of the second half, Komang pushed in a cross from Davies from the left, and Munich took the lead. PSG launched an all-out war with Mbappe, Fabian, and Vitinya, but Munich’s resistance was formidable. Despite Pavar’s exit variable in the second half of extra time, Munich secured a valuable victory by defending the score 1-0.

메이저놀이터 It was a pleasant victory for Munich. Because we won the away game, we preoccupied a considerable advantage. It was a result that the Munich away fans could also go home in a good mood. However, they expressed their dissatisfaction with the price of tickets for UCL matches.

In this regard, Britain’s ‘Give Me Sports’ said, “Munich away fans expressed their frustration at the ticket price for this match. They put up a banner expressing their dissatisfaction. The banner reads, ’70 euros (about 100,000 won)? It’s not. 20 euros (about 27,500 won) is enough.”

Fans from Munich have consistently said that UCL ticket prices are too high. Even in 2019, at an away match held at Liverpool’s Anfield, a banner saying “20 euros is enough” was hung. Celtic fans in Scotland as well as Munich have expressed their dissatisfaction with UCL ticket prices.

There was a reason the Munich fans raised their voices like this. According to ‘Give Me Sports’, a season ticket for a standing seat at Munich’s home stadium Allianz Arena is about 150 euros (about 200,000 won). It is similar to the amount of money to watch two PSG away games. There is a reason they insist on lowering UCL ticket prices.

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