THIS is the shocking moment a fan is knocked out cold after a mass brawl erupts outside Turf Moor.
Burnley’s 2-0 win over Cardiff descended into chaos as supporters came to blows on Saturday.
A man is knocked out during a fight between Burnley and Cardiff fansTwitter / @CCFCjosh_1927Burnley and Cardiff fans fight in the street outside of Turf MoorTwitter / @CCFCjosh_1927Footage shows a group of thugs throwing punches at one other while football fans desperately try to avoid the melee.
One woman hobbles away on crutches just seconds before a man – believed to be a Burnley fan – is sent crashing to the floor by two yobs.
Only then do stewards, who were outnumbered and had been trying to keep fans away from the bust-up, try and intervene.
Burnley confirmed they are working with Lancashire Police to help with an investigation.
A club statement read: “Burnley FC is aware of a post-match incident involving two sets of supporters outside Turf Moor after Saturday’s game with Cardiff City.
“In addition, a number of offensive posts have been reported to the club, and we are working with Lancashire Constabulary on both these issues.”
Disgusting posts have since emerged on social media taunting the tragic death of Cardiff-bound Emiliano Sala.
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Cardiff fans sang “England f***ed it up” during the match, to which Burnley supporters replied “Cardiff’s going down”.
And it was heated on the pitch as Ashley Barnes infuriated Joe Bennett by KISSING him during an altercation.
Chris Wood scored both goals for the Clarets as they moved up to 14th, while the Bluebirds are five points behind Brighton in 18th and having played an extra game.
A woman on crutches is almost caught up in the meleeTwitter / @CCFCjosh_1927A woman on crutches flees from the mass brawl outside Turf MoorTwitter / @CCFCjosh_1927
by – thesun.co.uk/sport