Police investigate fights between Burnley and Cardiff fans outside of Turf Moor, with one supporter lying on the floor after he was & # 39; knockout & # 39;
- Burnley and Cardiff fans clashed outside Turf Moor after the game on Saturday
- Videos came online after the competition with fans involved in street fighting
- One fan remained on the doorstep after the fight against Harry Potts Way
- Lancashire Police is aware of the incident and works closely with Burnley
Burnley collaborates with Lancashire Police after images of both groups of supporters involved in a fracas have appeared after a crucial win over relegation rivals Cardiff.
The video appears to have been recorded by a coach of a supporter, with one of the fans lying flat on the sidewalk after he was knocked unconscious on Harry Potts Way after hitting his head against a wall.
Lancashire Police and Burnley are aware of the incident but have not been notified of serious injuries.
Burnley and Cardiff supporters took part in a fight after Saturday's game, with one supporter lying flat on the sidewalk after being knocked & # 39; unconscious & # 39; was in the fracas
Emotions ran high between the two sets of supporters and the video shows that they were not kept apart while they left the ground.
A Burnley statement reads: & Burnley FC is aware of an incident after the game involving two supporters outside Turf Moor after Saturday's game with Cardiff City.
& # 39; In addition, a number of offensive messages have been reported to the club and we are working with Lancashire Constabulary on both issues. & # 39;
Both sets of fans left Harry Potts Way while the footage was filmed from a fan coach
Burnley fans toasted a crucial win against a relegation rival like all of them – but managed to survive in the Premier League with the 2-0 home win.
Two goals from Chris Wood sealed what became a controversial victory after Cardiff had seen a penalty award, after a handball from Burnley's Ben Mee, toppled with the score at 1-0.
The win brought Burnley to 39 points and 11 points away from Cardiff with five remaining games.
The Cardiff side of Neil Warnock plays Tuesday night against the defeated semi-finalists of the FA Cup Brighton, who need a victory to give themselves some hope of survival.
Chris Wood scored both goals in a crucial 2-0 win when Cardiff was pushed closer to relegation