Pitch invader throws punch at San Jose Earthquakes football player in mad melee

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Pitch invader throws punch at San Jose Earthquakes football player in mad melee” – below is their description.

What was supposed to be a friendly between MLS side San Jose Earthquakes and Cruz Azul of Mexico was marred by ugly scenes when a pitch invader ran onto the pitch and punched midfielder Jack Skahan. Chris Wondolowski stepped in for his team-mate and got the invader in a headlock and took them down to the ground. On a night of drama, San Jose Police then confirmed there were reports of a shooting and multiple fights after the game, with more than one person taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries.

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