Shocking moment chaos erupts at Leeds United as fans clash with police following relegation from Premier League | The Sun

UGLY scenes explode as Leeds United fans clash with police following their relegation from the Premier League.

Punches are thrown and necks grabbed as pathetic fans attack cops and threaten female officers following their 1-4 thumping at home to Tottenham.

In one shocking moment, a man in a green shirt throws a volley of blows at one of dozens of officers preventing the louts from storming the pitch.

While another shirtless sore loser tries, and fails, to jump the advertising hoardings amid the full-time carnage at Elland Road on Sunday.

A police officer then appears to lose his feet and tumble to the ground during one scrap with a livid fan.

Meanwhile a female steward can be seen standing her ground against raging male attackers in unacceptable scenes that kids were caught up in.

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The vile sight came just minutes after the West Yorkshire side learned they'll be playing Championship football next year.

Leeds had enjoyed three years in the Prem but their 31-point run could not save them on the last day of the season.

Spurs and England captain Harry Kane netted before Pedro Porro doubled Tottenham's lead.

Leeds' Jack Harrison pulled a goal back for his side but just two minutes later Kane netted a second.

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Lucas Moura – playing in his last Spurs game – scored an injury time screamer, dashing Leeds' hopes of survival.

To stay in the Prem, Leeds had to beat Spurs and hope Everton lost to Bournemouth and Leicester lost to West Ham.

None of this happened and the Yorkshiremen joined Southampton and Leicester to tumble out the top flight in a dramatic final day.

The Sun has approached West Yorkshire Police for comment.

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