Some 8,000 Chelsea and Manchester City fans descended on Madrid, Spain this week for the Champions League quarter-final second leg match against Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid respectively.
Chelsea were knocked out of Real Madrid’s match on Tuesday night with fellow countryman Pep Guardiola in the match on Wednesday.
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However, despite the sporting displays on display, large sections of the fan bases of both clubs spoiled the country’s reputation after the clash in Madrid’s famous Plaza Mayor.
Despite punches and drinks being thrown, Spanish riot police quickly dispersed the violent scenes.
Check out the horrific scenes below.
12.04.2022, Chelsea?????? And Man City????? Clash of fans in the Plaza Mayor?? today. The police intervened https://t.co/dEOOfbEgHd#Chelsea Football Club #ChelseaRealMadrid #real madrid #city of Manchester # Longing pic.twitter.com/MWDBn1vMqn
– Hooligans.cz official (@hooliganscz1999) April 12 2022