Shocking moment football thug boots a man in the head knocking him unconscious as fans brawl ‘following Leicester vs West Ham game’
- Among the melee, one fan left another unconscious after kicking his head
This is the moment a man was knocked out with a vicious head kick outside a football stadium amid a brawl between opposition fans.
The video, which was uploaded to Twitter, is believed to have been taken near Leicester City’s King Power Stadium following their 2-1 win against West Ham. Despite the victory, Leicester were relegated from the Premier League.
The video shows a group of fans squabbling and throwing punches.
Among the melee, one fan left another unconscious after brutally kicking him to the head while the victim was crawling on the ground.
Two fans attempted to help the man however his unconscious body would lay prone to the ground.
The clip shows one fan leaving another unconscious after brutally kicking him to the head while he was crawling on the ground
The video also showed a group of opposition fans squabbling and throwing punches at one another
The video caused a quite a stir on social media with one user commenting: ‘Never a win if you have to kick a bloke’s head on the ground. State of it.’
Another person said: ‘Dirty stinking coward. Get him named and jailed.’
A West Ham fan on Twitter mocked the thug by saying: ‘Kicked a bloke in the head then hid behind all the bigger kids… enjoy the championship. What a fall from Grace.’
Leicester City were victorious on the day it was not enough to remain in the English top flight following Cheick Doucouré’s stunner against Bournemouth which ensured Everton’s safety.
A Leicestershire Police spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Officers deployed to assist with the policing operation following Leicester City’s match with West Ham United on Sunday (28 May) dealt with two groups of people who were involved in an altercation in Aylestone Road.
‘The groups were separated to prevent a breach of the peace and dispersed. No one at the scene requested any medical treatment.’
No arrests have been made.
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