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Spanish riot police attack Wolves fans with batons in Barcelona before their Europa League game at Espanyol, with one supporter left unconscious lying on the floor after late-night clashes Wolves supporters in Barcelona clashed with Spanish riot police on Wednesday The Premier League side are in Spain to face Espanyol in the Europa League One supporter was seen lying on the ground unconscious following the clashes 

By Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Published: 12:15 GMT, 27 February 2020 | Updated: 12:28 GMT, 27 February 2020

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A number of Wolves fans clashed with Spanish police in Barcelona ahead of their Europa League second-leg against Espanyol on Thursday. 

Footage which emerged on social media showed a group of men, some seen wearing Wolves shirts, confronting police who were holding batons, carrying riot shields and wearing helmets. 

In the video, police are seen retreating and one man in a white t-shirt is seen lying on the ground, appearing to be unconscious as other supporters attend to him.  

Riot police are seen holding batons during a clash with Wolves fans in Barcelona

Some supporters  go towards the Spanish police as the angry scene occurs the night before Wolves face Espanyol in the Europa League

Spanish riot police (left) are seen holding batons during a clash with Wolves fans in Barcelona ahead of the Premier League side's meeting with Espanyol in the Europa League last-32

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