SHOCKING footage shows Chelsea and Man City fans brawling and hitting each other with chairs outside a Porto bar.
The shameful scenes were filmed by a disgusted onlooker in a car ahead of the Champions League final which the London side won 1-0.
In the clip, which was captioned “hooligans”, a crowd of around 10 men begin battering each other outside a boozer in broad daylight in the Portuguese city.
Some of the thugs even use chairs as WWE-style weapons to the shock of witnesses.
This comes as local police say two British fans have been arrested for assaulting officers in Porto.
The two men were held in the downtown Baixa de Porto area.
An injured officer was taken to Santo Antonio Hospital for treatment to a face wound.
The unnamed Brit pair are being held at a police station in the city's Infante Dom Enrique Square.
A third Brit was later pictured being taken in handcuffs by officers, although cops have yet to confirm that arrest.
Tempers boiled over this week as supporters boozed at local bars in the city.
Pictures taken yesterday also show fans brawling in the centre of Porto before the European Cup final.
Thursday saw the second night of violence in the city as riot cops had to disperse brawling fans as staff closed pubs due to Covid restrictions.
A number of supporters were not aware of the strict 10.30pm drinking curfew to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, reports the Mirror.
Meanwhile, Chelsea lifted the Champions League trophy for the second time after a tactical masterclass from manager Thomas Tuchel last night.
Thousands of fans who could not get tickets travelled to Porto to soak in the atmosphere and watch the match in locals bars.
The Blues were underdogs going into last night's final despite beating City twice in the FA Cup and the Premier League in recent weeks.
But with Pep Guardiola's men running away with the domestic league this season, the bookies had them as narrow favourites before the contest.
The victory was secured by Kai Havertz's first half strike after a Mason Mount through-ball.
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