Reds issued a statement praising the behavior of the dragons.
Following a controversy last season, Liverpool went public to highlight the importance of FC Porto’s focus on the price of tickets for the match between the two teams scheduled for April 17 at Estádio do Dragão for the second leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
This time UEFA met with the two clubs and together they decided to set the value of the tickets at € 60, less € 15 than at the meeting of the first leg of the first knockout round of the season’s millionaire event.
“Liverpool would like to thank FC Porto for working with the club to set prices,” the statement said. It will be recalled that the first leg at Anfield is scheduled for April 9.