One Huddersfield fan ended up getting dragged out of the away end by Preston North End stewards after he leaned over the segregation.
A fan from the home end took a photo of the drama that was unfolding in the stands, claiming that the Terriers fans had been fighting with police and the stewards.
— ollie (@olliefrimston) November 9, 2019
The footage was taken from the away end showing a close up version of what had been happening.
@AJPNEFC asked: “What they doing wrong? Apart from nicking a guy for being over the segregation? It’s what it’s there for…”
@0113JB replied: “He was leaning on it, they came up and dragged by the neck, and they also nicked the one trying to stop him, can tell they love their job”
f**k the feds!!! pic.twitter.com/fY0xmPjzJY
— ٌ (@0113JB) November 9, 2019
The heated moment came on the 76th minute when Jayden Stockley was getting substituted for David Nugent, just two minutes after Huddersfield’s Juninho Bacuna got his side what ended up being a consolation goal.
Jayden Stockley opened the scoring on the 4th minute before Alan Browne doubled the scoreline around half an hour later.
Preston started the second half as they finished the first and again were quick to find the net with Paul Gallagher slotting home in the 50th minute to make it 3-0.
Declan Rudd will be frustrated to have not been able to cleansheet when Bacuna made it 3-1 15 minutes from time, but the hosts came away with three points to remain second in the Championship table, ending Huddersfield’s seven-match unbeaten run, Danny Cowley’s side sit 19th.
Following the final whistle, fans took to both clubs’ social media accounts to give their thoughts on the game – see what they had to say by clicking on the next page.