sport news Dundee forward Leigh Griffiths apologises after kicking smoke bomb into the ...

sport news Dundee forward Leigh Griffiths apologises after kicking smoke bomb into the ...
sport news Dundee forward Leigh Griffiths apologises after kicking smoke bomb into the ...
Dundee forward Leigh Griffiths apologises after kicking smoke bomb into a CROWD of St Johnstone fans during Scottish League Cup clash, claiming he was 'trying to remove it from the pitch' in 'regrettable' incident Dundee's Leigh Griffiths kicked a smoke bomb into the crowd on Wednesday The Celtic loanee was filmed kicking the flare into the away section of fans Griffiths, who is on loan from Celtic, has apologised for the 'regrettable' incident The 31-year-old claims his intention was 'to just remove it from the pitch'

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Dundee striker Leigh Griffiths has apologised for kicking a smoke bomb into a crowd of St Johnstone fans during a Scottish League Cup clash on Wednesday.

The 31-year-old is facing a probe from Police Scotland over the incident, which the striker has labelled as 'regrettable'.

The incident occured when the visiting St Johnstone supporters threw a smoke bomb on to the touchline during the second half at Dens Park. 

Griffiths, on the receiving end of abuse throughout the match, reacted by booting it high into the Bob Shankly stand that housed the Saints support.

The incident was captured on social media footage and will likely see

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