Anderlecht have been ordered by UEFA to partially refund Bayern Munich fans for their tickets for last November's Champions League group game.
The Belgian club charged €100 per ticket for the travelling supporters for the game at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium, which Bayern won 2-1.
UEFA has ruled the price was excessive and has instructed Anderlecht to reimburse Bayern by €30 per ticket.
Hi David— Mark Lovell (@LovellLowdown) January 10, 2018
This was Bayern Munich fans protest on away ticket prices in Champions League having got shafted at Anderlecht. pic.twitter.com/eOe7aspJWY
In a statement released by their Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body, UEFA said: "RSC Anderlecht is ordered to contact FC Bayern Munich within 15 days to compensate their supporters with an amount of €30 per ticket to those away fans located in the upper tier section (sections S14, S15, S16 and S17)."
In December, UEFA fined Bayern €20,000 after their fans protested against the inflated ticket costs.
Supporters threw fake bank notes onto the pitch and displayed a banner, which read: '"€100? Is your gr€€d [sic] now finally $atisfied?"'.