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Valencia and Inter Milan brawl at final whistle

It all got a bit out of hand at the final whistle in last night's Champions League match between Valencia and Inter Milan. Valencia's Carlos Marchena aimed a kick at Carlos Marchena kicked out at Inter's Nicolas Burdisso sparking a brawl which continued into the tunnel.

Particularly worth watching out for are grey tracksuit-clad Valencia substitute David Navarro (who runs on to the pitch, allegedly breaks Burdisso's nose and then seems to believe he is involved in a game of kiss-chase) and two Japanese fans whose faces signal the start of the fight. 

[Rob Parker]

March 7, 2007 in European football, Video clips | Permalink

Comments

Where was the referee? As soon as the trouble starts he's nowhere to be seen.

Posted by: Billyo | Mar 7, 2007 11:53:34 AM

NOW..THAT A BRAWL..! saw it on UTUBE, wow the amount of hits it got..I wonder if the Media(Sky) will say it was a disgraces(Carling cup final). SEE! We all love it..!

Posted by: kammii | Mar 7, 2007 2:41:45 PM

It reminds me of an American / Canadian hockey game from the 1970s. I especially love the game of "tag" after the Valencia sub got in his cheapshot.

Were the Inter players trying to slide tackle him in retaliation? What's that?

Posted by: Justin | Mar 7, 2007 3:01:21 PM

they look like children at recess in a game of tag

Posted by: Comandante Agi | Mar 7, 2007 3:35:16 PM

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