Tight security measures in Rome avoided violent clashes ahead of the second leg of the Champions League's semi-final between Rome and Liverpool on Wednesday. Around 3000 British supporters were guided to Villa Borghese Park in the city centre before hopping on special buses to the stadium. In the park, there were chants and smoke bombs amid tense scenes but no major clashes between the... Еще supporters and the police. Despite a ban, several Liverpool supporters were found drinking alcohol in glass bottles. Before the first leg of the semi-final there were severe clashes between Liverpool and Rome supporters, with one Liverpool fan stabbed and left in critical condition. The match ended 4-2 for Roma, but Liverpool advanced to the final, winning 6-7 on aggregate.