Arsenal’s Narrow Win At Burnley Is Marred By Ugly Scenes At Full-Time
After their Premier League match at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon, Arsenal and Burnley fans clashed in terrible scenes. With a fantastic free kick from Martin Odegaard, the Gunners made it back-to-back wins in Lancashire, moving them up to 12th place after five league games.
However, tensions in the terraces erupted after the final whistle, with opposing fans squabbling as they made their way to the Ladbrokes Stand’s central exit, which accommodates both home and away spectators.
Stewards struggled to contain both sets of supporters, with some seen cowering during the chaos in Lancashire. Wooden seats were hurled in opposing directions, and stewards struggled to contain both sets of supporters.
It is unknown if anyone was hurt or if any arrests were made as a result of the violent fighting. Lancashire Police has been approached for comment by Sportsmail. Mikel Arteta has asked for his Arsenal players to ‘change the narrative’ and show they aren’t a soft touch after wilting in games against Burnley in the past.
Source: Daily Mail