A third person has been arrested after fans clashed outside Carrow Road following the play-off semi-final between Norwich City and Leeds United.

A man in his late teens was arrested on Monday night on suspicion of assault and affray and released on bail until August 13. 

It comes after a man in his 60s reported being punched outside the Canaries stadium following the goalless draw on Sunday.

An object, confirmed by police as not being a knife, is thought to have been thrown at the victim who suffered a cut to his chin.

Posts have been widely circulated on social media showing the man bleeding.

A man aged in his late teens was arrested at the scene on suspicion of assault GBH and a public order offence.

He was taken to Wymondham police station for questioning and has been released on bail to appear at the station on July 13.

Graham Riches, 50, of Dyer Close, Horsford, was arrested and charged with assault on an emergency worker, common assault and possession of Class A drugs. 

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He has been bailed to appear at Norwich Magistrates’ Court on June 7.

In a statement, Leeds United said: “Leeds United condemn any violence at football matches, which has no place in the game.

“The club would like to thank the emergency services for their quick response to the supporter and the swift action taken following the incident.”