Portsmouth fans showed a lack of “class” towards Cameron McGeehan after he broke his leg in Monday’s match, according to Luton boss Nathan Jones.
Hatters midfielder McGeehan was injured early on during Pompey’s 1-0 win.
“He’s a young, talented kid that works hard, grafts, doesn’t go down but the booing him off and cheering is an absolute disgrace,” said Jones.
“When anyone gets carried off on a stretcher, I don’t care who you are, you show an element of class.”
He continued: “They showed what type of fans they were.”
Pompey fans reportedly sang “you’re going home in an ambulance” to the 21-year-old, who has scored 11 goals in 28 matches for League Two side Luton this term.
McGeehan was also shown a yellow card by the referee while on the stretcher after pounding the floor in pain or frustration.
Jones told BBC Three Counties Radio: “The referee showed a lack of understanding and empathy, maybe, but I’m just disappointed for the kid.
“Hopefully he’ll recover quickly and be back sooner rather than later but it’s a real travesty for the boy and obviously disappointing for us.”
Source: BBC Football Read Original Article: Pompey fans 'lacked class' after Luton player broke leg