A Wandsworth teenager shouted 'help me, I'm dying, they stabbed me', a court has heard.

Mohammed Hassan, 17, from Wandsworth was chased and fatally stabbed in a gang-related attack in April last year, a jury at the Old Bailey was told.

Five defendants are on trial jointly charged with the murder of Mohammed. The prosecution alleged that the defendants had links to Stockwell-based gang All 'Bout Money, also known as ABM or Team Raw, and Tooting-based gangs 417 and Tooting Trap Stars.

It is alleged that Mohammed was targeted by the group before being chased by three of them, armed with at least two knives, at around 1.25am on the Winstanley Estate near Clapham Junction.

He was stabbed multiple times before the killers left the scene in a dark blue Mercedes, which is alleged to have contained all five defendants, prosecutor Anthony Orchard QC said.

Opening the trial, Mr Orchard told the jury: "The prosecution's case is all were fully aware of the presence of numerous weapons in that car - at least two large knives and a sword - and all knew the intention was to hunt down and attack any perceived opposing gang member using knives.

"It doesn't matter only three attackers are seen in the footage.

"All five, we say, were involved and shared the common intention to really seriously injure their victim, whoever that might be."

The court heard the gangs were said to be "closely allied" before April 2017, with Tooting Trap Stars engaged in a "long-running feud" with Stick 'em Up Kids, a gang based in Wandsworth.

Mr Orchard said: "The evidence points to the conclusion that this was gang-related violence."

Brandon Akapea, 18, from Lambeth, Tyriq Aboagye, 18, from Ilford, and Kishon Allen, 19, from Mitcham, are charged with murder, along with two 17-year-old boys from Tooting, and Eastbourne.

They deny the charge.

The five defendants are also jointly charged with violent disorder, after allegedly trying to attack two men in a Costcutters shop on Wandsworth Road at around 1am on the same day.

The jury was told the two 17 year olds, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have pleaded guilty to the offence.

Aboagye is also charged with perverting the course of justice, which he denies.