Hibernian fans go wild before Edinburgh derby against Hearts

These were the scenes at Tynecastle Stadium in Edinburgh yesterday (October 31) as Hibernian fans rolled into the ground for the city's notorious derby.

Hibernian fans can be seen jumping up and down in unison, while chanting "Ole Ole Ole" in a large crowd that set off flares ahead of the clash.

The filmer said: "I was walking to the game as a Hibs supporter and on the way to the stadium there was a march with flares and singing, leading up to the video of the concourse inside the stadium."

He later added: "Inside the ground, the game was a pretty boring one but the atmosphere was very hostile."

Towards the end of the game, Neil Lennon, the manager of Hibernian, was struck with a coin from a Hearts fan that left him lying on the ground in serious pain.