Dundee United's Europa League clash with Dinamo Moscow was marred with crowd trouble as fans were seen scaling the Tannadice stands before beginning to fight.
Violence broke out within the first few minutes of the game as several men - allegedly Russian fans - climbed the top tier of the Jim McLean stand and began trading blows.
A spokeswoman for Tayside Police confirmed three fans were arrested and seven ejected from the ground.
The Russian club had brought less than 200 fans to the third-round qualifying match.
Police and stewards managed to separate the two sets of supporters and play was uninterrupted while the violence scenes were brought under control.
Last year, pockets of violence broke out in central Dundee during United's last Europa League qualifier with Slask Wroclaw when many businesses closed early as supporters hurled missiles at shops and pubs.
Ahead of the Dinamo Moscow match, a spokesperson for Tayside Police said they would "liaison with the clubs and the Russian authorities" in order to minimise the chance of trouble.
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