Chaos at the cricket! Raging Pakistan and Afghanistan fans fight and smuggle metal barrier during violent collision during World Cup competition at Headingley
- Violent scenes showed that Pakistan and Afghanistan fans are fighting each other today
- They fought outside of the Cricket World Cup competition outside of Headingley in Leeds
- It is thought that violence was caused by the plane above your head with political slogan
Shocking images show how cricket fans from Pakistan and Afghanistan are fighting outside of Headingley while their teams played each other in the Cricket World Cup.
Several people were involved in the fighting, with fans throwing each other off and attacking each other with a metal barrier.
It is thought that the violence was caused after a plane with the slogan & # 39; Justice for Balochistan & # 39; they flew over the cricket ground in Leeds.
Balochistan is a region in Southwest Asia, which is divided into Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan.
Baloch nationalists have long fought with the governments of Pakistan and Iran for independence.
An airplane flew the slogan & # 39; Justice for Balochistan & # 39; about the land, which is thought to have caused the violence
The region is rich in natural resources, but is one of the poorest in Pakistan and insurgents have previously been supported by Afghanistan.
In the images, a man is surrounded by different people who punch, throw bottles and kick him repeatedly.
You even throw a metal handrail at the man.
Some attackers are dressed in cricket shirts in Afghanistan.
Several people intervened and tried to break the fight, although they did not seem very successful.
Pakistan and Afghanistan fans were filmed today fighting outside of Headingley in Leeds
Punches were thrown and fans attacked each other with a metal railing outside the Cricket World Cup match
The West Yorkshire police are supposed to have been present, but no arrests or injuries have been reported because the problems had spread.
There are also claims that the Violent scenes began shortly after two supporters from Afghanistan were evicted from the stadium by security personnel because they had no tickets.
There were fans who shot through the boundary wall of the stadium to gain access.
The clashes allegedly took place at the Carnegie Pavilion stand before the fans were turned off.
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