Shocking moment ‘Coventry and Brentford fans’ fight in the street with glasses thrown and a KO man kicked to the ground

This is the shocking moment as football fans believed to be Coventry and Brentford fight in the streets.

Footage shows glasses being thrown as a KO man is kicked on the ground outside London’s Euston train station.

The group of football fans began brawling outside Euston


The group of football fans began brawling outside EustonPhoto credit: Twitter/cockney_yid
British Transport Police were called to the scene


British Transport Police were called to the scenePhoto credit: Twitter/cockney_yid

A video circulating on social media shows the large group of men fighting in the street.

The mass confrontation began on Saturday night after both groups of fans went home from different games.

It started with beer throwing as footy fans goaded each other.

A man then lunged forward with punches and kicks before retreating as he appeared to be kneeled and hit on the head.

When another fan stands in the middle of the junk, he is hit on the side of the head and thrown to the ground.

He fell flat on his back and members of the public stood in the street to help him stand up.

A man lying unconscious on the ground is then repeatedly kicked and hit.

The thug responsible then runs away cursing.

Spectators watched from nearby pubs, with some shouting for the group to stop.

The Sun understands British Transport Police were called to the scene.

Cov defeated QPR 3-0 in the capital while Brentford went home after losing to Wolves.


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