Footage of Chelsea fans 'fighting' in the crowd during this evening's clash with Watford has emerged.
Wednesday evening's game was temporarily suspended 10 minutes in after a medical emergency in the Vicarage Road home end.
Both sets of players came off the pitch and play was stopped for around 25 minutes.
However, Chelsea fans in the away end weren't happy with the stoppage and allegedly started chanting about the ill Watford fan.
Per @ThatChelseaPod, shouts of "get on with it" & "let him f**king die" could be heard from a very small minority.
They were quick to stress that most fans in attendance were mortified with the chants and condemned their fellow supporter.
Before ppl use this as a stick to batter our fanbase with, pretty much everyone around me took issue with them & wanted them kicked out. Lots of ppl stood up to the cretin and his friends. https://t.co/x8Ohwpkn4Y- That Chelsea Podcast :star::star: (@ThatChelseaPod) December 1, 2021
Footage has emerged which appears to be a follow up to that incident, with stewards looking to be wrestling with a man.
Some have also been ejected from the stadium.
Play initially stopped after Watford defender Adam Masina went down with injury, with Danny Rose set to come off.
Medical staff then realised there was an issue in the crowd and Chelsea star Marcos Alonso helped alert staff to the exact location.
Both sets of players refused to come back onto the pitch until the supporter was in a stable condition.
They have now been taken to a local hospital and the game resumed, with Chelsea now leading 1-0.
Watford started the game positively and Josh King came close to forcing an error from goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.
Mason Mount smashed home just before the half hour mark to give Thomas Tuchel's side the lead.
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