More viewers tuned into Sky Sports coverage of Manchester United vs Liverpool - which was not played - than watched Tottenham and Arsenal's Premier League wins on Sunday.
Around 1.4million viewers tuned in as the match at Old Trafford was initially delayed during due to an organised fan protests outside the stadium and in Manchester City centre, which started at around 2pm.
As Sky Sports started their build-up to the United match, it was announced that the match had been delayed due to supporters making their way into Old Trafford and onto the pitch to protest against the club's ownership, the Glazer family.
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More viewers tuned into Sky Sports coverage of postponed Manchester United vs Liverpool match than Arsenal's and Tottenham's games
Around 1.4million viewers tuned in as angry Man United fans stormed Old Trafford in protest
Despite there being no live action to broadcast, more viewers still tuned in as the Sky Sports pundits, including Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Roy Keane, Micah Richards and Graeme Souness, tried to make sense of the rapidly unfolding events, than watched the earlier and later kick-off.
Arsenal started the Super Sunday action and claimed a 2-0 victory over Newcastle at St James' Park and Tottenham nailed relegated Sheffield United for four later on.
But the Sky Sports crew were left scrabbling as scenes continued to roll on through the afternoon and eventually the decision was made to postpone the match, with both sets of teams unable to leave their hotels due to the protests.
Greater Manchester Police confirmed two officers were left injured with one officer being 'attacked with a bottle and sustaining a significant slash wound to his face, requiring emergency hospital treatment.'
Broadcaster Sky Sports confirmed it will go ahead at a later date, which is yet to be decided.
There were clashes as fans tried to break police lines outside the stadium, with officers drawing batons to keep the crowds back and bottles and other projectiles thrown. A line of riot police, backed by horses, pushed the crowds back from the area where the players were set to enter the ground.
The storming of Old Trafford came after many more blockaded the entrance to the Lowry Hotel where the United players and staff are staying and use each weekend prior to a home fixture.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
One fan among those who stormed Old Trafford grabbed the corner flag as they