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Three nicked on quiet night for Met


Filed: Tuesday, 7th March 2017
By: Staff Writer


There were a total of three arrests made by Met Police during last night's Premier League clash with Chelsea.

There were to be no repeat scenes of small children claiming to have been pelted with missiles as the second London derby between West Ham and Chelsea to be staged at the OS passed virtually without incident.


Just three individuals were arrested on the night for related incidents; one for assault, one for being in possession of pyrotechnics and a third for trespassing. The latter, a 51-year-old man has already been bailed to appear in court two weeks' hence.




Chelsea went on to win the game 2-1 through goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa; West Ham's reply coming courtesy of Manuel Lanzini.





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