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Steward hurt on day of shame as Chelsea face police and FA investigation
Chelsea face an FA and police investigation after shameful scenes at Stamford Bridge during their 3-2 defeat by Manchester United.
A Chelsea steward was taken to hospital with a knee injury, caught in a crush after Javier Hernandez’s controversial 75th-minute winner for United.
On a shocking day for the Barclays Premier League, a seat was ripped out and hurled towards celebrating United players in the corner of the West Stand and Matthew Harding Stand.
Hurt: A Chelsea steward, injured after the winning goal was scored, is wheeled away by paramedics
Earlier, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, who scored in a 2-2 draw against Everton in a thrilling Merseyside derby, was pictured mockingly hiding a coin in his boot that had been thrown from the crowd.
At Stamford Bridge, as United players celebrated Hernandez’s winner by a corner flag, a seat went flying past Patrice Evra. The FA will wait for referee Mark Clattenburg’s report this morning and will then study footage of the incident.
A Chelsea spokesman said: ‘We are investigating all the incidents around that time. We are looking at reports of objects that may have been thrown or incidents around the steward taking a fall.’