A second man was today charged over the stabbing of an Everton FC fan.
Victor Stevenson, 63, of Peabody Estate in London will appear before magistrates in the capital next week to face charges of common assault and affray.
Blues fan Nikolas Lintott was wounded following the match between Everton and Queens Park Rangers on April 13.
He suffered a single stab wound to the chest while he was in Priory Road, Anfield just minutes after Everton’s 2-0 defeat of QPR.
Mr Lintott told the ECHO at the time: “I just felt this sharp pain and then this warm feeling around my chest and when I took my glove off and put my hand inside my jacket it was pouring blood.”
The attacker fled after leaving the 20-year-old electrician with a punctured lung.
An off-duty paramedic rushed to his aid at the scene and called an ambulance.
A Merseyside police spokesman confirmed: “Following an incident on Saturday, 13 April, in which a 20-year-old man recieved a stab would – a second man has been charged.
“Victor Stevenson, 63 years of Peabody Estate, London has been charged with affray and common assault. He has been bailed to appear on Liverpool Magistrates at Thursday, August 1.”