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Doncaster and AFC Wimbledon fans get into pathetic scrap before legging it

Footage has emerged and gone viral showing Doncaster and AFC Wimbledon fans get into a pathetic scrap before legging it.

The 32 second clip was uploaded onto Twitter, and quickly racked up 500,000 views within two hours, with hundreds of users giving their reaction.

It all took place at the entrance of Doncaster train station, with the culprits running away as soon as a police officer arrived at the scene.

The game itself saw Doncaster continue their strong run of form with a narrow 1-0 win over Wimbledon.

Hakeeb Adelakun scored the only goal just three minutes into the game, extending his side’s unbeaten streak to five matches and easing any concerns about a potential relegation battle in League Two.

Adelakun, on loan from Lincoln, got onto a pass from Harrison Biggins to find the back of the net, giving Doncaster a strong start to the game.

Throughout the first half, they were the more likely side to score again, with Adelakun’s chance forcing Wimbledon’s keeper Alex Bass to make a save, while Tom Anderson and Joe Ironside also had opportunities.

In the second half, Wimbledon, who had not won in their last four matches, had a greater threat as manager Johnnie Jackson made attacking substitutions, but couldn’t create clear scoring opportunities, allowing Rovers to secure all three points.

AFC Wimbledon boss Johnnie Jackson said per the club website: “They were better than us on the day. Too many of our lads performed below the levels and the standards that we’ve set ourselves. Doncaster deserved their win, I can’t dress it up any other way.

“This defeat is different from the one in the week. We played well for large periods of that game and created some chances that we didn’t take. Today’s game, we were second best and the lads know that. We’ve had moments when we’ve looked like a really good team this season but we’re falling short.

“We felt that Josh Neufville’s pace up top would cause them problems. We didn’t test them enough with clever passes or stretch balls to get him into a race with their centre-backs, we didn’t give him the service he needed. We then brought JK (John-Kymani Gordon) on to give us some more energy out wide, we wanted him to impact the game.

“We ended the game pushing, we had a couple of moments but our quality let us down. We had chances to get shots off or crosses but our decision making was poor in those moments.

“PK (Paul Kalambayi) is ill, so he wasn’t available. Those boys (Huseyin Biler, Ryan McLean and Aron Sasu) travelled with us because I want them close to the group. They’re knocking on the door, I can only pick 18 but if people in it aren’t making an impact, we’ll look at other ways.

“Those lads who aren’t involved need to train hard and give me something to think about. Everyone’s had opportunities this season. When you get the shirt, you’ve got to keep it and after today I have the opportunity to make changes because I don’t think anyone has merited keeping the shirt.

“We have to keep working hard on the training pitch. I know that wasn’t good enough today and the supporters rightly showed their frustrations. I have no issue with it at all. The reality is we’re in an okay position but if we had won today we’d be right on the tails of the top seven. We have to remember the situation we’re in, it’s not all doom and gloom.

“We have a week to get things right. We have big decisions to make this week. There’s a big game coming up that we have to be bang up for. We’ll be doing everything we can to attack that game next week and to give the supporters a team that they can get behind. We need to give something to get behind and they’ll do the rest.”

Doncaster’s Grant McCann said via Doncaster Free Press: “It’s another good win for us and we’re pleased to get the three points and a clean sheet. I thought we probably could have had a few more goals and we made it abit nervy for ourselves towards the end, but it was great resilience from the lads to keep it out of our net. That was pleasing to see.

 “I think we’re playing well. Confidence helps with that. We feel strong in all departments, the bench is strong and that’s keeping competition healthy.

“Hakeeb, for example, is in tremendous form and we’re gutted he had to come off with the dead leg. He was looking strong and could have added more to the game but unfortunately he couldn’t run it off. I’m pleased with the whole team effort and ruthlessness at the minute, in terms of both boxes.”

When put to him that the goal showed how confident the team became, he replied: “Yes, it was a brilliant move. From the position Harrison (Biggins) picked up we wanted to try and cause their two midfielders a problem with Bailey and Biggins playing a little bit more split. It was nice to see the ball played to him. He just drove and Haks then made the run and it was an excellent finish. He’s improving all the time. We see it every day. On Thursday we had games at the training ground and his finishing with both feet was excellent.

“We had other chances today, with balls flashing across goal that we didn’t get on the end of. But I can’t complain. It’s another three points and focus straight away now moves to Walsall next week.”

Twitter users reacted having seen Doncaster and AFC Wimbledon fans get into pathetic scrap before legging it…

@Jacxdad3376: State of this 🙄

@AndyJGard: Possibly the most pathetic thing I’ve ever seen. 🥹

@JackJdmccarthy: I always end up just watching one person throughout these videos (normally one who does absolutely nothing as they’re funniest) lad who the copper first touches is the winner here, managed to look likes he’s around it the whole time without ever being near it 😂

@JamieJacko87: To be fair to the older fellas, they just stood their ground, young trampoline boys were hillarious

“Go on then”
“Come on then”
“Come on then”
“Go on then”

@shazamac73: I’ve had better fights with a duvet cover on bed laundry day.

@ali__samson: Funniest fight ever, the cop intervention and the children’s reaction had me howling

@CafcCl: 1 old bill separated 20 odd

@JB_SoccerCoach: Why is it always 12 year olds that can’t throw a punch in these videos

@kennethegan: The lad in the light blue jeans at the back 🤣🤣🤣

@callumrjb: If you go to the football just for a fight then you really are the biggest idiot. Go to the pub or just go home.

@justanotherwool: Scary that, someone could’ve broken a nail

@paadzzzy1980: What in the flash dance was this

@bravo1982: The best part is when the melt in the gillet pushes his mate forward and then backs off again.

@majortarantino: Shouting, jumping up and down, running away 😂

@ChirpsByJames: That is absolutely tragic. Particularly the sprinting off when the sole copper meekly tried to break things up.

@James_Lewin: Not sure I’ve ever seen anything as pathetic and cowardly as this

@VgangTB: One copper was all it took to break up this Strictly come dancing rehearsal 😂😂😂 #drfc

@ReeceNuttall_: it’s embarrassing as it is but ONE COPPER and they leg it 😭😭😭

@M_Eggy1: Young lads in their Stoney with trampolines for feet, coming in with all the noise and bravado. Old lads using their experience, standing in the doorway and letting the youth embarrass themselves. ONE member of the Old Bill comes in and the young uns shit themselves. Pathetic

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