A man has been charged with assault, while another was arrested of suspicion of arson after a night of obstacle-PU the city centre.
Red fans ignore the social distance guidelines, as thousands of people gathered in the streets after the first League title in 30 years, are sealed under Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat at Chelsea.
The celebration later became worse with Liverpool’s iconic Liver Building on fire, which was started by a firework.
A man,19,has been arrested on suspicion of arson, causing at least £ 10,000 worth of damage, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The male has been taken to a police station on Merseyside where he will be questioned by detectives.
A second man, 26, has been charged with assault after another man suffered a severe brain injury large-scale rallies.
Craig Campbell, Kirkdale, Liverpool, will appear at Liverpool City Magistrates Court last week an attack of a 32-year-old man from St. Helens.
The celebration of the original peace although is a violation of the government guidelines on social distancing.
However, they get caught up in the chaos of the night time on Friday as a smaller unit of the crowd became violent.
Male population shot to climb up a truck, and then kick and throw a police car in the area around Castle Street and Brunswick Street in the early time of Saturday morning.
There are about 15 people were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, such as Liverpool, Merseyside Police, City Council and Mayor Joe Anderson issued a joint statement condemning the violence.
Fans and volunteers helped Council officials Net a huge amount of confusion, is to stay in the city’s pier head on Saturday morning.
Reports have since emerged Liverpool face the prospect of a ban from Anfield, if the fans don’t stop celebrating on the street, means the Red captain Jordan Henderson can lift the trophy on a neutral ground.