The English Premier League Football League announced the postponement of the match between Manchester United and its guest Liverpool, which was scheduled for Sunday, as part of the 34th round of the league.
The British “Sky Sports” network stated that the League considered it necessary to postpone the Manchester United match against Liverpool after the angry fans of the Manchester United team stormed the grounds of “Old Trafford”.
The League stressed that the decision was taken for security reasons, at a time when Manchester United announced that the meeting was postponed indefinitely, after discussions with all parties, including the “Premier League” and British police.
Groups of Manchester United fans stormed the “Old Trafford” stadium an hour before the upcoming confrontation against Liverpool.
The protests of United fans, who chanted to demand the departure of the “Glazers”, who own the club, due to their participation in the establishment of the European Super League Championship, with 11 major European clubs.