Watch Southampton and Newcastle United fans fight mid-game in the stands, video goes viral

Watch Southampton and Newcastle United fans fight mid-game in the stands, video goes viral

In a viral video, Southampton and Newcastle fans can be seen involved in an insane fight on video during the game

Watch the video below.

On Tuesday night during the Carabao Cup, there were brawls between Southampton and Newcastle fans that were captured on video. A large number of fans became involved, and as shown in the video, security personnel and stewards were knocked to the ground while others were kicked, punched, and shoved.

Southampton and Newcastle fans fight mid-game in the stands during Carabao Cup semi-final, video goes viral

Some of the Magpies supporters were reportedly seen at the wrong end of the home area of St. Mary’s Stadium (Kingsland North stand), where it is claimed that the incident occurred. Since the video was posted days after the game, it has received over 30,000 views. Sunderland supporters poke fun at their opponents for their involvement in the incident.

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Southampton 0-1 Newcastle

With an exciting 1-0 victory over struggling Southampton, Newcastle moved closer to their first domestic cup final since 1999. Southampton’s difficulties were made worse by the fact that they had yet another goal disallowed by VAR and were eventually reduced to 10 men.

When Miguel Almiron found Joelinton at the back post, Joelinton squandered what appeared to be the game’s greatest opportunity by shooting aimlessly over the crossbar (53), but he later made up for that mistake by converting a cross from replacement Alexander Isak (73).

Che Adams squandered Southampton’s best opportunity prior to the game’s first goal by losing a one-on-one match to the “outstanding” Nick Pope (65), and then Adam Armstrong was denied after fumbling the ball over the line (75), only for VAR to spot a handball in the build-up – the second time in three days that Saints have had goals overturned after VAR review. “Four VAR decisions have been made against us,” according to Nathan Jones.

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Newcastle has kept more clean sheets in all competitions than any other team in Europe’s top five leagues thanks to Magpies goalkeeper Pope, who has played in 10 games and faced 20 shots since last giving up a goal On January 31, Newcastle United will meet Manchester United to decide the Carabao cup at the Wembley. So, who do you think to deserves the cup?

 

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