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Leeds and Wolves fans filmed clashing outside McDonalds at Elland Road

Leeds United and Wolves fans have been filmed clashing with each other outside McDonalds at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon.

Footage has emerged and been published onto social media showing hooligans fighting with each other as customers ate their meal inside the restaurant.

While no police were present at the fast food chain, fans have said that they noticed a lot more were attendance after the game outside the ground.

 
 
 
 
 
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Wolves fan @BourneWolf said: “…followed several idiots out of the ground, pulling their hoodies up, fitting near full faced masks & some kind of fighting gloves. Fortunately, they were quickly pulled aside by the police for a chat.”

There are also reports that some Wolves players got hit by items thrown at them during the Premier League fixture.

This is what everyone else had to say about what they saw inside and outside the ground…

@_hayzuk: Wolves fans pulling Rambo knifes in Holbeck on my way to town after the game. World’s gone mad

@Dwarfland25: Where was that mate? Saw all the police vans racing up domestic street and plod with a lad on the ground but didn’t see any wolves.

@N11Whites: Anyone know what happened after the game? Police vans, horses, on foot through Holbeck…. #lufc #wwfc

@WolfSomerset: What was going on with the objects being thrown at our players nothing mentioned about that I heard lighters were thrown at Raùl if true that should be looked into surely

@dmarsden1988: Yep loads. Even saw some of the players throwing them off the pitch

@WolfSomerset: That’s bad surely the FA needs to look into it I thought that sort of thing was in the past but apparently not! Pathetic!!

@GrumpyDad3: Leeds fans are from the past. But then, there are a few over-50’s Wolves fans who still think it’s the 80’s & that threats of violence is the way to shut down a debate.

This is what fans said on Instagram with Leeds and Wolves fans filmed clashing outside McDonalds at Elland Road…

v.browny: Are Leeds getting battered again it’s seems to be a common thing this season

j_d_h_85: I’ll have a quarter pounder meal with a tear up please

foggy_151184: All of his mates jumping back while he gets stuck in well done lads

padz.pg: Fighting over who gets their maccies first

sck_1_: Camera man needs a raise

tomcollitor: At least there having it out

xdannyboy87: The got a Mc’Kickin

conor_kerins1: Leeds getting battered again 😂😂😂😂

jamesbrennan3: Leeds been done again…

otto_mendi: Leeds battered on an off the pitch 🤣

connor_cov1: Always maccies

Leeds United got themselves a late point against Wolves courtesy of a Rodrigo penalty.

The Whites had toiled for most of the game, after falling a goal behind through Wolves’ Hwang Hee-chan in the 9th minute.

A home debut for Joe Gelhardt yielded Leeds the chance to level proceedings in the 94th minute as the marauding teenager ploughed his way into the box before being fouled.

Spanish international Rodrigo dispatched of the spot-kick, sending Leeds supporters at Elland Road into ecstatic celebration.

Across the North Sea, one member of Leeds’ Scandinavian following saw the police arrive at the scene of what they believed to be a domestic disturbance shortly before 17:00 local time.

“We have had a patrol on Ensjø after a report of loud screams from an apartment. The patrol came in contact with a cheerful and eager football supporter. He acknowledged a somewhat loud noise in connection with the penalty kick. We ended the visit and moved on,” tweeted Oslo Police’s official Twitter account.

This was – of course – in response to Leeds’s last-minute equaliser from the penalty spot, which the Norwegian supporter in question was reacting to.

Player ratings

Leeds United: Meslier (6), Shackleton (5), Llorente (6), Cooper (6), Dallas (7), Struijk (6), Klich (6), Harrison (5), Raphinha (7), James (5), Rodrigo (7).

Subs: Roberts (6), Gelhardt (7), Summerville (6).

Wolves: Jose Sa (7), Semedo (4), Coady (5), Saiss (5), Kilman (5), Dendoncker (5), Moutinho (5), Ait-Nouri (5), Traore (5), Hwang (6), Jimenez (5).

Subs: Podence (5), Hoever (n/a), Neves (n/a).

Man of the match: Joe Gelhardt

Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa: “I think we deserved more than the draw. Apart from some things are the start of both halves, we had control of the game even if we could have created more chances.

“But progressively we started to get closer and closer to the goal and to have won the game would have been more in accordance with what happened on the pitch. We hope [this can be a platform for the rest of the season].

“Raphinha received a knock, we do not yet know the gravity or extent of the injury. I always value the decision of the referee and not my criteria.”

Wolves head coach Bruno Lage: “We won three points at Aston Villa after time, today was our turn to drop points. This is football. When you look at the game you can accept the result but, at the same time, when you work like we did [it’s hard to take].

“We controlled how many chances they could create; we did what we had to do to control the game. What we need to do better is have more time with the ball because we don’t have it. Sometimes it’s hard to have the ball but I think the boys did a fantastic job because they ran for 90 minutes.

“I think the penalty was very easy to make the decision. It was a very soft decision to take but we were also very soft, he [Gelhardt] went past three or four of our players and entered the box, where little, soft touches can happen. Now we have to move on but when you are leading after 90 minutes you think about taking three points.”

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