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VIDEO: Bristol City fans fight each other in the away end at Charlton

Footage have emerged on social media appearing to show Bristol City fans fight each other in the away end at Charlton today.

It would appear to have taken place after the the Addicks managed to beat the Robins 3-2 in an entertaining Championship encounter. Watch the video going viral below…

It is said by fans on social media that a man was arrested outside the ground. Nothing more has yet been reported.

Moving on to the game itself – Macauley Bonne put the home side in the lead prior to the break, only for it to be cancelled out by Andreas Weimann who got on the end of substitute Niclas Eliasson’s cross immediately in the second half.

Eliasson put City ahead on the hour mark, however Bonne was there again to lash a left-foot volley past keeper Dan Bentley to make it 2-2.

On the 82nd minute, Bonne’s low cross was bundled in at the far post by Doughty for his first goal for the Addicks, which ended up sealing all three points.

The win lifted Charlton to 16th place in the table, while City – who have now lost four games in a row – drop to 10th.

 

After watching Bristol City fans fight each other in the away end at Charlton, fans took to give their surprised reaction, many gave a mention to the young child in the video – see what they said on the next page.

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2 Comments

  1. David Cameron

    26th December 2019 at 10:57 pm

    Absolute 🔔end well done to the lad for sticking up to the idiot for trying to harm his mum n dad #toomuchscrumpy🍺

  2. Miss tracey morgan

    2nd January 2020 at 11:01 am

    He should be banned from home and away games if he is a seas on ticket holder that should be taken away from people who take there kids to football matches should not have to see this i am a birmingham fan and at Birmingham city it is treated like this

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