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Polish Cup final soccer match fans clash with police

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Hooligans undress one of the players on the pitch after the Polish Cup final soccer match between Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan in Bydgoszcz May 3. Hooligans clashed with police and damaged the stadium after Legia Warsaw won the Polish Cup final 5-4 on penalties against Lech Poznan in Bydgoszcz on Tuesday.

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A picture made available on May 4 shows Legia Warsaw supporters invading the pitch after the Polish Cup soccer final match between Lech Poznan and Legia Warsaw in Bydgoszcz, Poland, May 3. Legia won 5-4 after penalty shootout. Hooligans clashed with police and damaged the stadium after the Polish Cup final 5-4. Fans invaded the pitch, demolished barriers and damaged the tribune as well as attacking press photographers before police got the situation under control by using water cannons.

Krzysztof Szatkowski / Reuters

Hooligans clash with the police at the stadium after the Polish Cup final soccer match between Legia Warsaw and Lech Poznan in Bydgoszcz May 3. Fans clashed with police and damaged the stadium after Legia Warsaw won the Polish Cup final 5-4 on penalties against Lech Poznan in Bydgoszcz on Tuesday on May 3.

Poland's prime minister has threatened to make soccer teams play to empty stadiums to quell hooliganism at matches. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.