OXFORD United have urged anyone caught up in a 'crush' outside the Kassam stadium on the night of the Manchester City match to come forward.

Oxfordshire County Council is to conduct a review after fans coming out of the game were funnelled into a small area to avoid the premier league champions' team bus, which was fenced off.

Supporters said there was not enough space for people to exit towards the car parks and people started panicking and falling over due to the lack of space.

Some fans had to crawl under hedges to escape while others described feeling crushed by the crowds.

In a statement, United said: "The club is aware of the issues caused by congestion after the match and these issues were immediately reported to the appropriate authorities, who were also in attendance.

"We would like to thank supporters for their patience and assure them that their safety is of the utmost importance to the club."

Club bosses added that they had been working closely with the authorities since the game and would continue to do so.

The county council, in cooperation with safety advisory group members including the Sports Grounds Safety Authority, are to conduct the review which will analyse the factors which led to the incident.

After this is completed, any necessary improvements will be made to prevent such an occurrence happening again, according to the statement.

Supporters who attended the match and would like to provide information about what happened should email duty.officer@oxfordshire.gov.uk

All the information collected will be passed on to the county council for use in the investigation.