Bayern Munich and Spartak Moscow both fined for UCL crowd disturbances
Bayern Munich have been fined €20,000 and Spartak Moscow €3,000 following crowd disturbances during Champions League matches.
The Germans were charged by UEFA with two incidents -- the throwing of objects and displaying an illicit banner -- during the Group B match against Anderlecht in Belgium on Nov. 22.
Spartak, meanwhile, had been charged by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body over the setting off of fireworks during the Group E fixture against Maribor in Moscow on Nov. 21.
Bayern Munich qualified for the knockout stages behind Paris Saint-Germain, while Spartak finished third after Liverpool and Sevilla, so will drop into the Europa League.