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Northern Ireland international Brunt then confronted a group of Albion fans before being led away by captain Darren Fletcher after giving his shirt to a supporter.The 31-year-old said a coin had been thrown at him and was quick to condemn the fans' behaviour.Brunt picked up the coin that hit him to back his claims and he added: "I've still got the 50-pence coin. I spotted a little girl in the front row and wanted to give her my shirt.Albion manager Tony Pulis called on the police to find the guilty party, while also highlighting the growing danger of fans becoming stoked up by social media and then letting their emotions run wild when their team fails.
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