The FA are set to investigate the crowd unrest that took place in the aftermath of Arsenal’s 1-0 win over Burnley on Saturday.
Videos and images show fans of each club being held back by stewards as missiles – mostly plastic bottles and ripped up seats – were thrown back and forth in the David Fishwick Stand.
Announcements were made on the PA system urging fans to disperse before further stewards were sent to try and diffuse the tension.
We expect both clubs will also review the footage in case any troublemakers can be identified but we’d be surprised if there were any serious repercussions.
On the pitch, the scenes were also ugly but that was mostly down to Burnley’s one-dimensional hoof and hope tactics.
Mikel Arteta’s boys in yellow withstood a 90-minute aerial bombardment to claim a clean sheet and, courtesy of Martin Odegaard’s first half free-kick, the three points.