Four police officers were injured at the end of yesterday’s Europa Conference League game

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Four police officers were injured with two needing hospital treatment after Anderlecht fans ripped out seats and threw flares at the end of yesterday’s Europa Conference League game against West Ham at the London Stadium.

Trouble erupted near the end of the match in east London, which West Ham won 2-1, thanks to goals from Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma.

One of the officers has a suspected broken wrist while another needed stitches for a head injury, with two other officers struck on the head during the disorder.

Meanwhile, one man has been arrested for the alleged assault on the officer who suffered a suspected broken wrist, while twelve people were arrested for other offences unrelated to the assaults on officers.

Anderlecht spokesperson strongly condemned the behaviour of their supporters adding that they will work with UEFA to ensure action is taken.

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