Shocking moment football hooligan HEADBUTTS rival fan after throwing beer on him & chanting vile songs at train station

THIS is the shocking moment a football hooligan HEADBUTTED a rival fan who had beer thrown on him at a train station.

The Southampton supporter collapsed to the ground after he was attacked by a Portsmouth fan at Basingstoke Railway Station.

Police are hunting the unidentified attacker, who formed part of a mob singing vile songs around 8.20pm on Saturday.

The clip was filmed hours after Southampton's home FA Cup win against Coventry – and Portsmouth's League One defeat away at Oxford.

Footage shows the bewildered-looking Saints fan in the middle of a huddle of Portsmouth supporters who jeered and chanted songs around him.

The song boasts of hitting their rivals "with a brick" because "he makes me feel sick".

Beer was launched at the man – before a Portsmouth fan in a green jacket grabs headbutted his face.

The victim collapsed to the ground – apparently unconscious – and was seen receiving first-aid treatment from passers by.

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Portsmouth Football Club condemned the attack and are investigating.

A club spokesman said: "We are aware that police are currently investigating an alleged incident from the weekend.

"Portsmouth Football Club do not condone any form of football-related violence, either inside or outside the stadium."

British Transport Police has launched a manhunt for the attacker.

A spokeswoman said: "Officers were called to Basingstoke station at 8.21pm, on February 5, following reports of a fight.

"A man was assaulted, but declined medical treatment.

"Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and any witnesses who haven’t already spoken to police can contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 612 of 05/02/22."

A Hampshire Constabulary football unit said of the victim: "Considering what happened he is doing OK."

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