A fan was hit by a police horse at FC Twente v PSV
(Image: Twitter/Football Away Days)

VIDEO: Fan hit by horse at FC Twente v PSV Eindhoven

Violent scenes mar Eredivisie clash after police investigate fans for drug-trafficking.

Police horse completely takes someone out at the FC Twente game last night pic.twitter.com/vyUxeOxSrv

— Football Away Days (@footyawayday) April 7, 2017

Watch the moment a fan was hit by a horse ridden by a policeman during violent clashes after FC Twente’s home game against PSV Eindhoven.

The riots were apparently sparked by police investigating fans for drug trafficking at the match, at least according to this tweet:

Riots outside the stadium after FC Twente – PSV tonight after police investigate the supporters home for drug trafficking during the match! pic.twitter.com/X1RNOhZnEe

— Casual Ultra (@thecasualultra) April 6, 2017

And one unfortunate man, seemingly a bystander, was taken out by a charging police horse during the ugly scenes.

At the time of writing there are no reports of anyone incurring any serious injuries, so hopefully the man is okay.

However, there have also been reports that one policeman was assaulted after falling from his horse:

VIDEO: Politieagent mishandeld na val van paard bij inval supportershome FC Twente [Crime … https://t.co/DWeFSwsxOq pic.twitter.com/Fz0El2htYR

— Alles over Misdaad (@AllesovrMisdaad) April 7, 2017

The match itself ended in a 2-2 draw with Kosovo midfielder Bersant Celina, on loan at Twente from Manchester City, equalising in the last minute to seriously dent PSV’s title challenge.