Tottenham Hotspur star Eric Dier has finally revealed what the supporters said that led to the bust-up in the stands last season.
Click through the gallery to see how Dier confronted the supporter.
After a penalty shoot-out loss to Norwich City in March at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Dier was seen running into the stands to confront a few supporters.
The England international was given a four-match ban and handed £40,000 by the Football Association for the incident.
However, in Spurs' All Or Nothing documentary, the defender claimed the supporter said vulgar things towards his brother.
“I was looking for my brother in the stand and there was a guy a couple of rows in front of my brother and he was going like this, ‘F*** you, f*** you, s***’," he said as per the Sun.
"He was a Tottenham fan, yeah, two rows below my brother.
"That’s where my mother sits, that’s where my sister sits and everyone’s families sit.”
“Our parents have to stand there and have someone two rows in front call you a c*** and f***ing son of a b****, and a p**** and s*** and this — and they think it’s OK.”
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