A police officer was seriously injured and a number of others hurt as thousands of people gathered to celebrate Leeds United winning the Championship.
A huge clean-up operation was under way in Leeds on Monday morning (20 July) after an estimated 7,000 people gathered to mark the club's return to the Premier League after 16 years, leaving a sea of broken glass in a city centre square.
West Yorkshire Police said a female officer was hit by a bottle and taken to hospital with serious head injuries.
A number of other officers were also hurt along with members of the public as nine people were arrested, the force said.
We have continued to impress upon fans the importance of the Covid-19 Government guidance and our approach has primarily remained as one of engagement and encouragement. On Sunday, almost 7000 people gathered in Millennium Square in Leeds. Whilst the vast majority of fans were enjoying themselves and celebrating, there were a small minority of people who began to throw bottles at police officers.
Mr Khan said officers were deployed to Millennium Square at noon and began to disperse the crowds in the evening.
He said the area was cleared by 11.55pm, with nine people arrested for public order offences.
The officer said: "The safety of fans and the wider public is our primary concern.
"Violence towards police officers will not be tolerated and we deployed an appropriate police response to ensure that the festivities concluded safely.
"It is important to remind the public that we must not lose sight of the fact that Covid-19 is still with us and that large gatherings are still not permitted."
Millennium Square was left strewn with discarded rubbish and broken glass and a large-scale clear-up operation began on Monday (20 July) morning.
Large numbers of Leeds fans gathered outside their Elland Road ground when promotion was secured last week.
And there are fears there may be similar scenes at the last game of season against Charlton on Wednesday.
During a virtual press conference on Monday (20 July), Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani was asked if he had a message for fans.
Everybody wishes to celebrate and we would love to open the stadium soon. But if we're not following the rules and we take this superficially this might cause more cases and then we might have to postpone what we want, which is to be back at Elland Road. So I really invite them to be more cautious than they've shown in the last 24 hours. I think what I've seen is not responsible at all.