Real Madrid’s team bus was damaged after rockets were reportedly hurled as it made its way through intimidating rows of Liverpool fans ahead of the Champions League clash at Anfield.

The 13-time Champions League winner will face the English giants in the quarter-finals of the competition tonight.

In reviving the troops to overcome a 3-1 deficit from last week’s first installment, it was alleged that some supporters of the Premier League owners went too far in trying to unsettle their opponents.

When video went viral of the driver bumping into broken glass when the vehicle was finally parked outside the iconic site, reports circulated that it had been attacked and “rocket hit” with at least one broken exterior window.

“Welcome to Liverpool boys,” remarked one cocky Reds fan as there was a piling up of “shameful” actions.

“Did it with me [Manchester] City a few years ago and it shook players as the result shows, “added another.

At this stage of the 2017-2018 edition of the tournament, there were similar scenes at a meeting between England’s north-west rivals, when Liverpool struck a 3-0 win over a clearly shaken Pep Guardiola team and won 5-1 overall.

In response to the latest scenes, a spokesman for the Reds condemned the fans’ actions.

“We clearly condemn the actions that resulted in the Real Madrid team bus being damaged when it arrived at Anfield tonight. It is completely unacceptable and shameful behavior by a few,” the club said.

“We sincerely apologize to our visitors for any problems they may encounter. We will work with the Merseyside Police to establish the facts and identify those responsible.”

LFC spokesperson: “We clearly condemn the measures that resulted in the Real Madrid team bus being damaged upon arrival in Anfield this evening. It is completely unacceptable and shameful behavior of a few people ….

– James Pearce (@JamesPearceLFC) April 14, 2021

“We sincerely apologize to our visitors for any problems they may encounter. We will work with the Merseyside Police to establish the facts and identify those responsible.”

– James Pearce (@JamesPearceLFC) April 14, 2021