The Champions League clash between Manchester City and Borussia Monchengladbach was called off at the last minute earlier this evening after the Etihad Stadium was drowned by a flash flood.
The match was initially postponed but the rain did not ease up and the match officials were left with no other option but to abandon the match.
City revealed on their official club website soon after the game that the match will go ahead tomorrow on Wednesday, 14 September.
Per the source, the decision to abandon the game was taken on safety and security grounds.
Fans who purchased tickets and hospitality for the game on Tuesday night will be able to use them tomorrow.
Every other Champions League game went ahead on Tuesday evening with the other Premier League representatives on the night – Arsenal FC – holding PSG to a 1-1 draw away from home.
Three Premier League sides will be in action tomorrow, reigning champions Leicester City, Tottenham and City.
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