It was a dramatic game between Bristol City and Sheffield United yesterday afternoon which saw come out victorious and dent the Blades’ automatic promotion hopes.
It started off encouraging for Chris Wilder’s side as Billy Sharp headed home John Fleck’s free-kick to go 1-0 up after 6 minutes.
City hit back when Andreas Weimann looped in a header beating keeper Dean Henderson to become the first away team score at Bramall Lane since Derby on Boxing Day.
Scott Hogan came off the bench and found the net for his first goal since last April from George Baldock’s cross 19 minutes from time, Blades 2-1 up now.
Six minutes later, Weimann levelled for a second time by turning in Kasey Palmer’s cross and then another six minutes later, he completed his first career hat-trick to help the hosts come back from behind twice to win 3-2.
Following the game, there was trouble between the two club’s supporters which was recorded on video by passers by.
It is not understood how it started, but one fan threw a traffic cone before fans started getting taken down and punches were thrown.
The situation seemed to quickly calm down as they approached a petrol station with a police fan or two lined up.
Watch the moment for yourself in the video below…
The video was from a tweet which said that Bristol City fans got run out by Sheffield United’s lot, but the user then went from public to private.
After it was uploaded, fans took to Twitter to give their reaction, some found it amusing, other sympathised for the old man that fell – find out what fans had to say on the next page.Like what the Fan Banter have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!