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VIDEO: Ticketless Sunderland fans watch Oxford match from back of a lorry

Peer out of vehicle from outside ground.

Sunderland fans without tickets watch 1-1 draw at Oxford United from back of lorry outside Kassam Stadium
(Image: Twitter/The Away Fans)

A few Sunderland fans without tickets for the game at Oxford yesterday trying to watch the match from outside the ground. 😂👏 #SAFC pic.twitter.com/hAiOgKSb5Q

— The Away Fans (@theawayfans) February 10, 2019

Some Sunderland fans without tickets watched their side’s 1-1 draw with Oxford United from the back of a lorry outside the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.

The ticketless Mackems peered out at the action from the rear of the vehicle as Jack Ross’s Black Cats consolidated their 4th place position in League One.

Happens every Oxford game need a taller fence

— Max Warburton (@Maxiburton7) February 10, 2019

It could have been better for them as they led until the 87th minute through Irish defender Jimmy Dunne’s first-half goal.

However, Marcus Browne grabbed a late equaliser for Karl Robinson’s U’s, keeping them out of the relegation zone on goal difference.

#oufc #safc two average teams at the Kassam. Very quiet from 1,800 Sunderland fans

— Oliver Smith (@OliverSmith88) February 9, 2019

Forthcoming Sunderland matches should prove more accessible for the supporters – their next three fixtures are all at home, against Blackpool, Accrington Stanley and Gillingham.