Two Celtic fans have been stabbed in Rome ahead of their UEFA Europa League clash with Lazio on Thursday.
Police in the Italian capital have confirmed that 52-year-old and 35-year-old fans were stabbed in close proximity in separate incidents.
A brawl took place outside an Irish pub to spark the trouble, as Celtic had previously warned their fans about potential trouble in Rome.
The two supporters who were stabbed have been admitted to Policlinico Umberto I hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Here are more details from our partners in the UK, Sky Sports:
An eyewitness has told Sky Sports News that a group of Celtic fans were drinking outside the pub when they were approached by four or five people wearing masks.
They added that a chair was thrown towards the Celtic fans leading to a fight that lasted around 15 seconds, during which time one person was stabbed to the side of his torso.
Celtic supporters and bar staff brought the victim inside the pub and they remained conscious while an ambulance was called. The eyewitness said the crowd had been well behaved up until the incident took place.