A few videos has emerged appearing to show fans fighting in the stands during the Championship clash between Hull City and Sheffield United.
A small amount of away fans made it into the home end and celebrated the opening goal scored by David McGoldrick, his first of two from the 3-0 Blades win.
Footage shows fans throwing punches at each other before police and stewards came and tried to intervene before eventually escorting the Blades’ fans out.
Take a look at the videos going viral below…
— Nathan Hollingworth (@cfcnathan26) April 22, 2019
A closer look at it all kicking off…
Police commander Chief Inspector Paul Butler said: “Two men were arrested following a fight between opposing fans inside the stadium. The stadium security were quick to act and identify those involved.
“This was a small pocket of away fans within the home stand and in addition to the two arrests we dealt with 16 people for public order offences and they were ejected from the stadium.
“The match was enjoyed by over 14,000 fans and there is no place for violence in football and people should be able to come to watch a match without the fear of violence or aggression and we will continue to work closely with the club to ensure a safe environment for fans to enjoy future games.”
After watching the videos of the fighting between Hull and Sheffield United fans above, social media users took to Twitter to give their reaction on it all, some turned their anger at the Tigers’ owners – find out what they had to say on the next page.