A Huddersfield Town fan has described the moment a car 'ploughed' into the MK Dons stadium ticket office at last night's match.

Philip Barden, owner of Northern Taps and Herbert's Bar in Huddersfield town centre, said he heard an 'almighty bang' before a Ford Focus smashed into the ticket office just before kick-off.

Philip, 38, said it was a 'miracle' everyone got out of the way in time.

Watch Philip describe his hair-raising experience by clicking the video above

The father-of-two bravely jumped into the passenger side of the crashed car, as the engine was still revving and it was' riding up' the ticket window.

Town fan Philip Barden

He took the car out of gear and shouted at the elderly driver, who was in shock, to turn the engine off.

An MK Dons spokesman said: “The club can confirm that shortly before kick-off last night (Tuesday) a driver, while attempting to park, lost control of his vehicle, which resulted in a collision with the away ticket booth located in the north east corner of stadiummk.

“Two members of matchday staff were present in the booth at the time of the incident. Both were shaken but were assessed on site and did not require medical treatment.

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“The driver of the vehicle was assessed in the stadium’s medical room and did not require medical treatment.

“The club has made contact with all parties involved and is pleased to hear their wellbeing remains the same.

“No other members of the public were at the booth at the time of the collision.

“The club will not make any further comment on the matter until its investigation into the incident is fully and properly completed.”