Liverpool fans who celebrated the club's title win in the city centre for a second night were asked to leave by police.
The Reds ended their 30 year wait for a top flight crown on Thursday night, after Chelsea beat Manchester City 2-1 to ensure that Jurgen Klopp's side could not be caught at the top of the table.
Since then, some fans have been celebrating in Liverpool city centre, infringing social distancing protocol in the process. Flares have been used in the celebrations and according to the Guardian, emergency services were called to deal with a small fire near the Liver Building, after a firework hit the landmark.
Former Stoke City forward Jonathan Walters has posted a video of what looks likes fans deliberately aiming the pyrotechnics at the historic building.
Crowds have been implored to stay at home by police who imposed a Section 34 Dispersal Order on Saturday morning, which prevents fans from congregated in the city centre.
You couldn’t make it up...— Jonathan Walters (@JonWalters19) June 26, 2020
Aiming fireworks and setting fire to the Liver Building because it’s lit up blue. That’s the same building that’s used for the crest on the club they’re celebrating ??♂️ pic.twitter.com/QLw6h69tfS
"Tonight we have seen masses of people flock to the Pier Head area heightening the risk of spreading Covid-19."
The city's Mayor Joe Anderson - who previously warned that scenes such as this were likely if the Reds were crowned champions - was critical of fans who had chosen to congregate at mass.
"In the euphoria...people have decided to ignore advice, but it's gone, it's happened," Anderson said.
"We'll have to see whether there's a spike in coronavirus as a result of this."
Anderson added that it was "disappointing, in the same way it was to see the scenes on Bournemouth beach".
Source : 90min