UEFA to take no action over CSKA spectators at Manchester City game
UEFA will take no action against CSKA Moscow over the spectators who watched their Champions League draw with Manchester City on Tuesday.
Repeated offences by CSKA fans meant the Group E game was played behind closed doors, but a pocket of spectators watched them come from two goals down to draw 2-2.
City captain Vincent Kompany highlighted the issue on Sky Sports in the aftermath of the game, but UEFA is satisfied its rules were not breached.
European football's governing body says the spectators were using sponsors' tickets and entitled to be in the Khimki Arena.