Footage has emerged of Arsenal fans fighting inside the Emirates during the Gunners’ game against Manchester City.
The incident, which reportedly occurred at half-time, looked to be between three fans.
Arsenal fans fighting between themselves at The Emirates. If you can call this a fight… pic.twitter.com/ay8Hq1CVcM
— Coral (@Coral) April 2, 2017
At this time it’s not sure what sparked the row but Arsene Wenger’s men were trailing Pep Guardiola’s side 2-1 at the time.
The fight looked to be short-lived with surrounding fans attempting to break up the trio. Fellow supporters can also be heard telling the three men to calm down.
Stewards eventually arrive and help to separate the men before leading one through the nearest exit.
Arsenal equalised after the break through defender Shkodran Mustafi and the game finished 2-2.
Prior to the game, Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis met with fans and discussed Wenger’s future.
It’s believed the club have a detailed blueprint for the future and Wenger will have to sign up if he wants to stay beyond this summer.
For several months now, fans have been debating over the future of manager Arsene Wenger, with the Frenchman’s contract due to run out just a few months from now.
Given the club haven’t won the Premier League since 2004, some want Wenger to hand the reins over to someone else, whilst others think his 21 years’ service to the club means he’s owed a bit more respect.
There has been booing, pre and post-match demonstrations, and even planes flying over stadiums with banners.