The Football Association have launched an investigation into the crowd trouble that followed Arsenal’s win over Burnley at Turf Moor in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The two sides’ supporters gathered in the middle of each other’s sections. Stewards failed to separate the large crowd despite many leaving the stadium.
After Martin Odegaard’s goal, the travelling team won the match with three points. The clashes saw plastic bottles being thrown by both sides.
The governing body launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the large-scale clash after clips of the event were posted online.
With fans from both sides being hosted in the Cricket Field Stand, plastic bottles and other items were thrown after the final whistle according to The Mirror.
The incidents occurred after Arsenal players came to thank away fans. Stewards were unable to regain control and the fans were repeatedly directed to leave the stadium.
According to reports, the FA is now investigating the incident and fans fled 10 minutes later. It is believed that no one was injured in the incident.
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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta told Match of the Day of the match: “It was a hard-fought victory at a really tough place.
“You have to be ready for a fight. In the first half we had some really good periods when we were really dominant and should have scored more goals. In the second half we gave the ball away cheaply too many times.
“There are players who weren’t at their best playing in this type game, but they tried their best and won. I’m very proud of them defensively and I’m really pleased with the win.
“It’s two wins in a row, two clean sheets. Let’s go again. We have a lot to catch up!”