In the violent clashes, two men were injured badly on the European Rangers Football League, which held in Glasgow against Osijek.

The problematic situation took place near Ibrox in the tie of second quarterfinal round with the Croatian side.

Just after 19:00, the police call them at the junction of Edmiston Drive with Paisley Road West. The two badly injured man, 24-years old and the other 40-years, who were admitted at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for medical treatments.

In Ibrox Football Violence two men were badly injured | UK.tnbclive.com

Both the injured man, the police reports are in a stable condition now.

Scotland Police Officer has asked to contact them for witnesses about the unexpected incident.

Steve Wallace, Police Department Inspector reports, “This type of violent behavior will not be tolerated and it is absolutely vital anyone with information that could assist with our investigation comes forward.”

In Ibrox Football Violence two men were badly injured | UK.tnbclive.com

Wallace further said that “I would appeal to anyone who was in the area and witnessed a disturbance, a particularly anyone with a mobile phone or dash-cam footage, to get in touch.”

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