Leeds United got their first points of the season with a 3-0 away win at Bristol Rovers last night, and supporters celebrated by smashing up half of the West Country.
Fans of the Yorkshire club, obviously hankering for a return of the glory days, when they would roam Europe smashing it up, invaded the pitch at the end of the game, and held the Bristol players aloft before dashing them into the advertising hoardings behind both goals.
Thousands then left the stadium and headed straight for Bristol city centre where they overturned cars and buses, smashed shop windows and threw innocent passers-by into the River Avon. A milk float was also launched into the drink.
Police say they made no arrests as the Leeds fans were far too intimidating.
Leeds are no longer bottom of the league and manager Denis Wise expects them to climb swiftly up the table in the coming weeks. He said on the club's website:
"Just wait 'til we play Millwall. Then you'll see some rucking!"