A minute's silence in the Premier League game between Everton and Manchester United to honour the victims of the Bradford City fire has been disrupted by a number of Red Devils fans.
The tribute took place ahead of Sunday's clash at Goodison Park to remember the 56 fans who died in the blaze at Valley Parade on 11 May 1985.
However, the silence was breached by a section of the visiting United support, who were roundly booed at the end of the observance.
Classy by the Manchester United fans cheering during a moment of silence...— Matt Gordon (@mjgordon24) April 26, 2015
A few Manchester United fans very disrespectful in they're minutes silence at Goodison, sad really, surely Respect comes before Rivalry?— Paul Brosnan (@brozz1e) April 26, 2015
The Manchester United fans who were talking during the minute silence are disgraceful. So disrespectful.— Brad (@bradh7_) April 26, 2015