Three Manchester United fans got injured after an attack by Lechia Gdansk supporters in Gdansk, Poland hours before the Europa League Final, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United officially confirmed that they are helping the victims of the attack at a city centre bar.
The Video now trending on social media shows a mob of Lechia fans dressed in black attacking the fans outside the Fahrenheit Club and Restaurant on Tuesday night.
Before the attack Manchester United Fans were chanting and drinking at the venue ahead of the Europa League Final.
The Red Devils will face Villarreal at the Gdansk stadium tonight.
A total of 9,500 fans will be allowed to watch the game in the stadium and 2,000 fans from each finalist.
Manchester United icon and Derby Coach Wayne Rooney is also traveling to the city today for the final match.
Manchester United issued an official statement about the attack:
The statement read: ‘Club Staffs are now assisting a number of United fans in Gdansk after an incident where some of our fans were attacked outside a bar in the city.’
Manchester United head into Wednesday’s Europa League Final against Villarreal with questions about who is going to start in defence.
This is usually captain Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof, but the England Defender can’t play due to his injury.
With Maguire unavailable, Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has only two options to partner Lindelof in defence and that is Eric Bailly or Axel Tuanzebe.
Bailly or Tuanzebe is set to start alongside Lindelof for the final tonight after Maguire missed United’s final training session on Tuesday.
Kibole Lechii Gdańsk zaatakowali sympatyków Manchesteru United, taranując przy tym lokal.
Cytując klasyka „Prawdziwy kibol nie wie co to strach. On w ogóle nic nie wie”. pic.twitter.com/8ooNXTjCMq
— Janek 🤠 (@Jvnek90) May 25, 2021