Pep Guardiola: Bayern Munich boss charged over T-shirt slogan
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola has been charged by Uefa after wearing a T-shirt demanding justice for a reporter who died at the 2014 World Cup.
He displayed the "#JusticiaParaTopo" slogan at a news conference on the eve of Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final win over Porto.
European football's governing body has charged the Spaniard over an "incident of a non-sporting nature".
The Justice For Topo campaign wants an investigation into Topo Lopez 's death.
Argentine journalist Jorge Lopez, known as 'Topo', was killed in Guarulhos, Sao Paulo in July in a road traffic accident during the World Cup in Brazil.
It is against Uefa regulations to display non-sporting "manifestations".
Meanwhile, Porto boss Julen Lopetegui has also been charged for his conduct during Tuesday's game.
The Spaniard was dismissed from the touchline in the 6-1 loss to Bayern, which resulted in a 7-4 aggregate defeat for the Portuguese side.