Hibs fans fight amongst each other in stands at Hampden

Around 30,000 Hibs fans were in attendance at Hampden. Picture: SNS
Around 30,000 Hibs fans were in attendance at Hampden. Picture: SNS
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As their side suffered defeat in the League Cup final, tensions within the Hibs support boiled over as small group of fans fought amongst each other in the stands at Hampden.

Alex Schalk’s 90th minute winner earned Ross County the first trophy in the club’s history at the expense of Hibs.

Around 30,000 supporters of the Easter Road club attended the match, and while the result put a dampener on their day out, for some there was further unpleasantness to deal with after a group of men started a brawl.

Onlookers looked on in shock as an argument escalated to the point were fists were thrown.

It is not yet known as to whether any arrests were made.

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