Liverpool’s team hotel is targeted by fireworks the night before Premier League title decider
The Liverpool team hotel is the target of fireworks on the night before the Premier League title decider games, as police are called in following the latest use of riot tactics by supporters on Merseyside.
- The Liverpool team hotel was the target of fireworks in the early hours of Sunday.
- Jurgen Klopp’s team host Wolves in their decisive match at Anfield
- Pyrotechnics went off outside the Titanic hotel in Liverpool before the match
- Everton fans set off fireworks ahead of games against Chelsea and Crystal Palace
Liverpool’s team hotel was the target of fireworks on Sunday morning as Jurgen Klopp’s side prepared to take on Wolves in their title decider.
The race for the Premier League title has come down to the final games of the season, with Liverpool and Manchester City separated by just one point at the top of the table.
With Liverpool needing to secure victory against Wolves, some rival fans took it upon themselves to heckle the Reds team at the Titanic Hotel last night.
Liverpool’s team hotel was the target of fireworks ahead of their title decider against Wolves.
Pyrotechnics were launched outside the Titanic Hotel in Liverpool early Sunday morning.
At around 1:45 a.m. a series of pyrotechnic displays were lit, with some of the fireworks reportedly hitting the Titanic Hotel on Liverpool’s Stanley Dock, prompting Merseyside Police to be called to the scene.
Officers in attendance confirmed a male individual was spoken to and then took him home. No arrests were made, but high visibility patrols were conducted after the incident.
Liverpool host Wolves at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, knowing a win would open up a chance of winning the title over Manchester City, who are just a point ahead of Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Liverpool know they must beat Wolves to have a chance of winning the Premier League title.
The incident follows a recent raid on pyrotechnics in the Merseyside area, after Everton fans similarly heckled opposing teams in the area.
Toffees fans made their way to the Hilton Hotel where Chelsea were staying on May 1 before their game, before completing similar antics before games against Brentford and Crystal Palace in the following weeks.
The Reds will be looking to complete a historic quadruple success if they beat Wolves, having won the Carabao Cup and FA Cup this season and will be in the Champions League final later this month.
Everton fans have recently been setting off fireworks outside rival teams’ hotels.