Man relives moment his friend died in the Hillsborough disaster

Liverpool fans hold up a 'Justice for the 96' banner Credit: Mike Egerton/PA Archive/PA Images

A football fan has described to a court the last time he saw his teenage friend at Hillsborough.

Andrew Booth was with his friend Paul Clark along with Paul's father to watch Liverpool take on Nottingham Forest in the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.

18-year old Paul was a member of the Derby branch of the Liverpool supporters' club and a season ticket holder.

Andrew watched video footage in court of him standing near his friend Paul and Paul's father in the crowded pens.

It was the last time Andrew or Paul's dad would see him alive, before the 18-year-old was pushed forward by the crowd at the Sheffield Wednesday ground.

The fresh inquest into his death heard about Paul's final movements that day.

He was described in court as a good natured, fun loving and caring boy.

The jury saw a photograph of the teenager being carried across the pitch on a makeshift hoarding, with confusion in court over whether a police witness was in the stretcher party.

Flowers and scarfs at the Kop end of Anfield Stadium Credit: PA/PA Archive/PA Images

Kostani Fojut said he had no recollection of carrying Paul off the pitch - only of staying with him at the temporary mortuary.

His police collar number was written on Paul's hand.

The court heard Paul's father identified his body after he failed to show up at their meeting point.

The inquest will continue.