Liverpool have been fined £8,400 by UEFA for their fans letting off fireworks in their Europa League quarter-final against Borussia Dortmund.
The decision was made by the control, ethics and disciplinary body and is the second punishment handed out to the Reds this week.
On Tuesday they were fined £35,000 - half of which was suspended for a two-year probationary period - for illicit chanting by supporters during April's two-legged Europa League clash against Manchester United, who were also hit with a similar penalty.
There was a further fine of £13,000 for the offences of setting off of fireworks, throwing of objects, crowd disturbances and a late kick-off.
Liverpool still have disciplinary charges outstanding in relation to more fireworks offences and crowd disturbances relating to last week's Europa League final against Sevilla.
Liverpool have completed the signing of Mainz goalkeeper Loris Karius for £4.7million.
The 22-year-old has signed a five-year contract.
He has taken the number one shirt as it is understood the German asked for that number - current first-choice Simon Mignolet is 22 - and manager Jurgen Klopp agreed he could have it.
Karius will provide much-needed competition for Mignolet, whose position has not been threatened since arriving three years ago despite a number of unconvincing performances.
The goalkeeper is Klopp's third signing since taking over in October, having secured deals in January for Schalke centre-back Joel Matip and Red Star Belgrade midfielder Marko Grujic to join this summer.
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Thousands of Liverpool fans flocking to Basle without tickets face paying well over the odds to get a seat at Wednesday's Europa League final.
The club's initial allocation of just over 10,000 was boosted when opponents Sevilla returned 2,000 of their 9,000 share but with 9,000 tickets being put on general sale in February there are plenty available for those willing to pay through the nose.
One ticketing website has seen the average price rise from £550 to £678 over the last week.
According to figures from Ticketbis.net, an international fan-to-fan ticket marketplace, the current starting price for a ticket is £645.
This year's final far out-strips the £277 average ticket price for Chelsea's game against Benfica in Amsterdam three years ago.
The highest sale price recorded on the site so far for one ticket was £2,335 bought by a Russian fan.
When tickets went on general sale the most expensive category one seat sold by UEFA was £130.
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