A 12-year-old St Mirren fan was left in tears after she was hit by a glass bottle while supporting her team at Ibrox on Sunday.
The St Mirren Supporter Liaison officer said that the young girl and her sister were both crying after a bottle and other objects were thrown from the Rangers support after their second goal in the 2-0 win.
The SLO said: “The father of one of the girls has contacted me, Police and Stewards/Security both took statements.
“We’ll be contacting the Rangers SLO about the incident.”
One St Mirren fan said: “The match day experience today was really disappointing. Two young buddies in tears because of objects thrown at them from the home support. It’s a disgrace and something the club needs to take up with Rangers.”
Another claimed that Rangers fans also launched flag poles from upper tiers and tried to attack the away support after the game.
Threw a bottle at a LITTLE GIRL after they score
Tried attacking our fans as we left
Launched flag poles all game at us as javelins from upper tiers
Try jumping some of our fans for the drum(failed)
Glasgow and Scotland’s shame
— 🏴 (@CxIum) August 12, 2018