Video taken before the game shows fans dressed in LAFC's black descending upon a small
group of white-shirted fans heading to the stadium and knocking a cooler filled with beer out of one of the fan's hands.
On Friday, LAFC president Tom Penn, one of the team's owners, and Josef Zacher, president of the 3252 supporters group,
released a joint statement:
"The Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) and The 3252 Independent Supporters Union are committed to a safe, positive, welcoming and inclusive environment
for all fans at Banc of California Stadium. This is what our Club stands for as we continue to work to Unite the World’s City Through the World’s Game. "The passion and intensity that comes with rivalry matches around the world is now in Los Angeles and is something we embrace and celebrate. LAFC and The 3252 will
not tolerate illegal acts of any kind affiliated with our Club or the visiting team’s supporters at Banc of California Stadium, including the organized destruction of property. That is not who
we are, and this behavior has no place at our stadium and within our Club. "Any fans identified as participating in illegal behavior will be removed
from the stadium and the Club will revoke their season membership. LAFC and its Supporters will continue to actively work together to enforce a zero-tolerance policy at Banc of California Stadium.
Together, let’s win in the stands."