There was an interesting moment of unity between home and away fans during Liverpool's home Champions League tie in Anfield against Bayern Munich.
The travelling German supporters held aloft a banner in support of Liverpool's 'Twenty's Plenty' campaign. The home fans responded in kind with widespread applause. It was fan-united protest in action.
Bayern fans at Anfield supporting 'Twenty is plenty'
— The Redmen TV (@TheRedmenTV) February 19, 2019
— David Anderson (@MirrorAnderson) February 19, 2019
'Twenty's Plenty' was launched by the Football Supporters Federation as a bid to enforce an away match tickets cap of £20 (£15 for concessions). The £30 cap on away ticket prices in the Premier League was extended for the next three seasons but supporters feel it should be lower to award travelling fans.
The group have planned action during Premier League games next month and it seems their message has certainly registered further afield as Bayern Munich fans endorsed the campaign.