Bayern Munich Fans Protest Match Postponements Over Queen’s Death

Bayern Munich Fans Protest Match Postponements Over Queen's Death
Bayern Munich Fans Protest Match Postponements Over Queen’s Death

Bayern Munich fans have protested match postponements due to the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The fans made their frustration known during the clash between Bayern vs FC Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) on Tuesday.

At the Allianz Arena, a big banner was displayed by the protesting fans querying why matches should be postponed because of the Queen’s demise.

“Last minute match delays and bans because of a royal’s death,” the banner read.

Bayern Fans Display Banner In Protest
Bayern Fans Display Banner In Protest

It will be recalled that the Queen of England, Elizabeth II, passed on late Thursday evening.

Due to mourning over her death, matches affecting English Premier League teams had to be postponed.

This has led to a wide range of fixtures being moved to later dates both in the aftermath of her death and her scheduled burial on Monday, September 19.

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