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Millwall fans have developed a reputation for violence in the past years.
Today they were involved disgusting scenes with Everton fans before their F.A. Cup fourth round tie at The Den, South London.
A Twitter user captured the violent brawl. You can see for yourself below.
:open_mouth: Scenes before today's game in London!
Millwall 0 - 0 Everton '10#MILEVE #FACup :soccer:
- Mikey Thomas (@MikeyThomasMMA) 26 January 2019
One travelling supporter sustained a painful and bloody injury to his face after what appeared to be a cut to the face with a sharp object.
There's has been no official police comment on the incident yet.
Everton fan at Millwall :hushed:#MILEVE pic.twitter.com/vQtGebUZj6
- ScouserChris (@ScouserChris89) 26 January 2019
This is not the first time that Millwall fans have been involved in brutal scenes during an F.A. Cup fixture.
In 2013, the South London supporters made the short trip to Wembley for a semi-final against Wigan Athletic.
Violence erupted in the Millwall section, where fans began fighting amongst themselves and then with the police.
Wigan won the match 2-0 and went on to lift the trophy.
Everton's new star striker Richarlison opened the scoring after his effort from outside the box managed to hit the net after some questionable keeping.
But Millwall pulled one back shortly before half-time, courtesy of a looping Lee Gregory header.
The weather conditions helped neither side as the pitch became increasingly unplayable due to relentless rain.
Everton came out strongly in the second period of the match but it wasn't enough to see off a resilient Millwall side, who scored a late winner.
Reminder to Everton fans on the way to the Millwall match to keep their songs PG...#Millwall #EFC pic.twitter.com/n5uBboNmWp
- Oddschecker (@Oddschecker) 26 January 2019
Due to instances of unrest prior to today's FA Cup fourth round tie at Millwall, travelling Blues are advised that, on safety grounds, Everton fans will be subject to a holdback in the stadium at the end of the game.
- Everton Fan Services (@efc_fanservices) 26 January 2019
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Words by Kane Allen
Featured Image Credit: ScouserChris/Mikey Thomas
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