Liverpool's Champions League tie with Red Star Belgrade was put in doubt earlier, after a power outage hit Anfield's Main Stand prior to kick off.
Liverpool's official Twitter account tweeted to explain the situation:
We’re currently experiencing some issues with the power supply to the Main Stand at Anfield.
All other stands are open and operating as normal. Some facilities in the Main Stand will be affected. Supporters can enter the stadium as normal.
Liverpool Echo journalist James Pearce also tweeted to confirm that the club shop was without power:
Power cut at Anfield. Club shop in darkness #LFC
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceEcho) October 24, 2018
The club has since tweeted to say that as the power cut to the Main Stand has affected certain facilities and apologised for the inconvenience:
#LFC can confirm the Main Stand has experienced a power supply fault which has affected the delivery of catering and other facilities in the Main Stand at tonight's #UCL tie.
The club apologises for the inconvenience to those supporters who are affected.https://t.co/JWec8iFoyI
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 24, 2018
A power cut at Anfield.
Who remembers the last one?#LFC pic.twitter.com/2xTyndAMtX
— Liverpool FC News (@LivEchoLFC) October 24, 2018