Shocking! United Vs Arsenal Crowd Brawl Left Gunner Fans Battered [VIDEO]

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Manchester United vs Arsenal game went wild as some Gunners fans were left battered after crowd brawl, MySportDab reports.

The match which saw the Old Trafford club claiming victories both in 90 minutes and on penalties did not go well with some folks.

The nasty event that took place during the Manchester United vs Arsenal match have saw some fans left bloodied and bruised all over.

A fight reportedly broke out in the shelves at the MetLife Stadium when the match which saw Man United win 2-0 over Arsenal in pre-season.

The match was one which saw a rivalry reignited between both teams who are currently preparing for the new season.

They played each other in a match which had two events involving a 90 minutes match and a penalty shootout.

Manchester United won the 90 minutes 2-0 and also went on to win the penalty 5-3 which sent the crowd going wild at the end of devils fans.

The game seems to have also caused some outraged amongst the Gunners fans who resulted in taking it out on themselves.

Arsenal fans were caught on video fighting each other in the stands of the MetLife Stadium during the match which was going down.

It was a bizarre moment which saw them both going at each other lunching attackers which left the whole place in shambles.

The reason for the brawl was unknown, but a number of fans were just seen landing punches on each other while other ran away.

The video displays stadium entourage doing extremely little to interfere in the brawl until one person appears to assess the crisis when the main action had ceased to function.

The whole incident was later dissolved while the match was still going on between both teams as the fans involved in the brawl were escorted outside the Stadium.

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