Bournemouth vs Watford descended into chaos within the closing levels with a mass brawl that noticed two gamers despatched off.
The incident on the Vitality Stadium was sparked following a late problem by visiting participant Joao Pedro deep into stoppage time.
With Bournemouth profitable 1-0, Watford ahead Pedro lunched at Jefferson Lerma because the clock ticked down and was given a second yellow card.
However it all kicked as he made his approach down the tunnel, with Jack Wilshere within the thick of the motion.
Various gamers have been concerned as chaos erupted close to the touchline, with the previous Arsenal midfielder butting heads with Tom Cleverley.
As soon as issues had ultimately calmed down, Wilshere was proven a second yellow – by which era 98 minutes have been on the clock.
Commentator Alex Criminal described the ugly scenes on the Vitality dwell on talkSPORT 2.
“It’s all kicking off now between Jack Wilshere and Tom Cleverly. There’s a melee. There are heads getting into and I believe I noticed a punch as effectively. It’s all getting very ugly,” Criminal stated.
“I stated proper in the beginning of the afternoon there was no love misplaced between these two and it’s spilling over.
“That is completely ridiculous. There are punches being thrown in there and there are gamers being dragged away. Ismaila Sarr is actually animated. Dominic Solanke, carrying a face masks having been taken off, is true on the coronary heart of it.
“Two sendings off within the second half stoppage time. Joao Pedro for what was a horror problem and Jack Wilshere has additionally been proven a second yellow for his function within the melee.
“He can shake his head all he desires however he’s an skilled participant and he has misplaced his head. He’s not the one one.”
Co-commentator Ray Houghton added: “There may have simply been two or three pink playing cards proven, as you stated, there have been punches thrown, which wasn’t noticed by the referee or officers.
“It was a large brawl and each managers won’t be pleased with the response of their gamers.”
The melee got here after Arnaut Danjuma had set Bournemouth on the highway to victory together with his seventh purpose of the season 17 minutes into the second half.
Bournemouth head coach Woodgate stated of the brawl: “It didn’t look nice, however that’s soccer and it was two groups very passionate and two units of gamers who needed to win
“It occurs on a regular basis in rugby and doesn’t get talked about it however when it occurs in soccer, everybody talks about it.
Each golf equipment are prone to face FA sanctions for the incident.
Watford supervisor Xisco Munoz stated: “Soccer is an emotional recreation. I wish to solely talk about optimistic issues about my crew. We tried to play within the final second.
“I’m dissatisfied with the end result however not the efficiency. My crew was formidable and performed very laborious.
“I stated to the fellows, ‘we have to maintain going,’ as a result of we have been in an excellent second with 4 wins in a row. This isn’t straightforward within the Championship.”