Villa notches their second Premier League victory of the season on Sunday at Turf Moor, only to face post-game havoc.
Aston Villa’s squad was in for a rude awakening when their team coach was assaulted while en route back to the Midlands, following their on-field win against Burnley.
The unsettling episode unfolded near the 10th junction of the M65 highway, subsequent to their 3-1 Sunday victory in the Premier League.
Multiple accounts indicate that a projectile was hurled at the bus’s windshield, causing notable damage.
Burnley Football Club expressed relief that no one was physically harmed during the ordeal. “Such actions are wholly unacceptable and we fully back the efforts of Lancashire Police to apprehend the individual(s) responsible,” the club declared in an official communique.
The unpleasant event transpired roughly two miles from the vicinity of Burnley’s home stadium, Turf Moor.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Vandalism
What happened after Aston Villa’s win at Burnley?
Following Aston Villa’s 3-1 victory over Burnley in the Premier League, their team coach was targeted in an act of vandalism.
Where did the attack on Aston Villa’s team coach occur?
The attack took place near junction 10 of the M65 highway, a short distance away from Burnley’s Turf Moor stadium.
Was anyone injured in the incident?
No one was physically hurt during the attack on Aston Villa’s team coach. Burnley FC expressed relief at the absence of injuries.
How much damage was caused to the team coach?
Significant damage was inflicted on the bus when an object was thrown at its windshield during the incident.
How did Burnley FC respond to the incident?
Burnley FC strongly condemned the behavior and offered their full support to Lancashire Police in their efforts to identify and apprehend those responsible for the vandalism.