NO arrests were made at last night's Rangers and Brondby game despite flashes of crowd trouble and a photographer being hit by a coin. 

Police have confirmed to the Glasgow Times that no one was nicked at Ibrox amid some chaotic scenes in Govan. 

As we have told previously, a Rangers snapper was hurt when Danish supporters lobbed a coin in their direction during the game. Gers captain James Tavernier was also hit by objects when he made his way over towards the away support. 

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Later in the evening, Brondby fans were also filmed trying to charge into the home end at Ibrox as they ripped up stand safety measures to stop supporters clashing.

BT Sport presenter Darrell Currie confirmed at half-time last night that a coin had hit a photographer and police had to step in to halt crowd trouble.

He said: "I mentioned some of the trouble in the away end, mostly coming from the Brondby fans.

"It looked like they were trying to get through the netting that was separating them from the Rangers fans.

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"Objects were thrown and I'm disappointingly having to report that a photographer was has been hurt he's been hit by a coin and was attended to down there, but it does look like the stewards have got everything back under control for now."

Rangers won the game 2-0 to get their Europa League campaign back on track.