It was a combined afternoon for soccer followers on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
In the course of the match, supporters confirmed simply why the Premier League had missed packed out stadiums as there have been nice scenes of celebration with Spurs beating Man City 1-0.
Nevertheless, this modified in some sections of the bottom because the full-time whistle blew.
Faye Curruthers was on the stadium for talkSPORT and introduced us stay updates on the sorry occasions after the sport as quite a few followers broke onto the pitch, others struggled with safety workers and a few pulled down a Spurs rainbow flag within the away finish.
“There’s a [pitch] invader, there’s at all times one isn’t there?” Curruthers started
“He’s being wrestled away by the stewards as we communicate. It’s disappointing to see that, in truth there are two of them on there, a younger lad as effectively.
“Now there’s one other pitch invader, what’s flawed with these individuals?
“In reality, there are two extra – one has a flag and one is attempting to cowl his face – too late mate, there are such a lot of cameras round right here I feel you’d have been caught already.
“That’s disappointing from a Tottenham safety standpoint, I’d say, sadly 4 individuals getting onto the pitch.
“And now there’s a little bit of a scuffle breaking out within the nook as effectively, which is admittedly, actually disappointing to see with the Manchester City followers over there.
“They’ve additionally unfurled one of many Spurs LGBT proud Lilywhites flags within the far nook, they’ve tried to get that pulled down as they have been leaving.
“A couple of City followers have been ejected and stories of one other one coming over to remonstrate in direction of the tip with Fernandinho and Gundogan.
“Ugly scenes on the finish of this match, which is a disgrace as a result of Tottenham have been effectively deserving of the 1-Zero win.”
Darren Bent reacted: “That’s not what you need to see on the finish of the sport.
“Followers are again into the stadiums and it was a unbelievable efficiency from Spurs, after which clearly then we’ve received these sorts of ugly scenes.
“This isn’t good, we don’t need to see that and this isn’t what followers are again into stadiums for.”
Darren Ambrose added: “You’ve spent so lengthy out of stadiums, and to come back again and the primary sport you’re watching to go and do this, it’s simply not what you need to see.
“It was sport, it was good natured and to spoil it on the finish, the minority, it’s not good.”