(Video) Four AFL fans arrested after scrapping in the stands

Four football fans were arrested following an ugly scrap at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) during Collingwood’s game against Port Adelaide on Saturday afternoon.

The incident took place near the end of the game and involved several groups of men in the Ponsford Stand. The altercation resulted in one man bleeding from his face, but no serious injuries were reported. The police and MCG security were quick to respond and managed to break up the incident and lead the men away from the scene.

The police arrested the four men involved and are likely to interview them about the incident. The authorities take such incidents very seriously, and those found guilty of any wrongdoing could face severe penalties, including fines and imprisonment.

Despite the unsavory incident, Collingwood continued its impressive start to the season, winning by a margin of 71 points over Port Adelaide. More than 60,000 fans turned up at the MCG to witness the Magpies’ dominance, especially in the first half when they scored nine consecutive goals. The final score was 21.9 (135) to 9.10 (64).

Nick Daicos was outstanding once again for Collingwood, contributing two goals from a game-high 32 disposals. He is widely considered as an emerging talent in the AFL, and his coach Craig McRae is full of praise for him. McRae believes that Daicos has the potential to play multiple roles, which makes him hard to tag. He also acknowledged that this is a natural progression for a player of his caliber and that the team fully supports him.