Hampden violence: Fan in court over attack on Lee Wallace

Police form a cordon as Hibs fans invade the pitch at the final whistle after winning the Scottish Cup Final. Picture: Getty
Police form a cordon as Hibs fans invade the pitch at the final whistle after winning the Scottish Cup Final. Picture: Getty

A TEENAGER has appeared on petition at Glasgow Sheriff Court accused of assaulting Rangers players Lee Wallace and Jason Holt.

Dale Pryde, from Edinburgh, is accused of running towards and attempting to punch Wallace on the head at Hampden Park, and attempting to punch Holt.

Pryde is also accused of breaching the peace by running on to the pitch towards Rangers supporters and brandishing a chair.

He made no plea or declaration and was released on bail by sheriff Linda Ruxton.

He is expected to appear again at a later date.