Manchester United game against Liverpool was postponed after many United fans broke into Old Trafford arena to challenge the Glazers family.
The game was set to start off at 16:30 BST however was returned on security grounds
The angry fans likewise obstructed Manchester United crew from leaving the Lowry Hotel ahead of their clash against rivals Liverpool on Sunday evening.
Be that as it may, emotions erupted during the fights with allies seen tossing punches at one another.
Also, footage later arose web based appearance fans inside the ground where they raged onto the pitch and lit off flares.
A flare was additionally tossed towards the Sky Sports studio, where Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher was watching from.
Sky Sports said during their live transmission that pitch side cameras just as balls,
corner banners and different things have been taken.
Around 10,000 fans are accepted to crusade against the Glazers as fans hope to drive their American owners out.
Fans were left furious by the club’s arrangements to enter the European Super League, before they had to pull out after mass shock.
Talking in front of Sunday’s dissent, Solskjaer said: “It’s significant that the fans’ perspectives are tuned in to and we impart better.
“My responsibility is to zero in on the football side and that we have the most ideal group.
“As I’ve said before I’ve been upheld, I’ve had extraordinary help from the club and the owners and I’m certain I will get the sponsorship again to go above and beyond.
“However, I’m so glad every one of the clubs have concurred that this shouldn’t be the method of pushing ahead.
“On the other hand, when the fights are on, it’s significant they go in a decent style and that we keep it quiet.”
The Athletic have expressed that Old Trafford has been put on lockdown.
Writer Lauire Whitwell tweeted: “Old Trafford put on lockdown as fans get onto pitch.
“Hundreds clear their path through the arena and leave the opposite side.
“Security adopting a reasonable strategy, allowing them to out the doors where group mentors ought to show up later.”
In the midst of the disorder, Sky have detailed that arbitrator Michael Oliver and his group have been denied admittance to the ground for the present.
What’s more, obviously, United’s conflict against Liverpool has been deferred, with Geoff Shreeves announced: “We’ve quite recently been told by the Premier League that start off will be postponed.
“It won’t start off at 4:30 this evening, at this point, we don’t have the amended commencement time by the same token.
“I’ve quite recently gotten the news that the players are still presently secured their lodgings, or unquestionably away in their lodgings, their wellbeing is fundamental.”
A declaration was made at stadium Tannoy at 4.50pm saying: “Thank you for your understanding, the arena is currently secure.
“Kindly return to your livelihoods and spaces of work. Much thanks to you.”