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Video: Ex-Chelsea Midfielder Oscar Starts Almighty Riot Between Chinese Sides

Video: Ex-Chelsea Midfielder Oscar Starts Almighty Riot Between Chinese Sides

Don’t be fooled by his baby face and boyish looks, ex-Chelsea midfielder Oscar is as capable as anybody to start a fight on the football pitch.

The Brazil playmaker is currently raking in an absolute fortune every week playing under Andre Villa-Boas for Shanghai SIPG, and, for the most part, he’s looked like fulfilling the potential he showed at Stamford Bridge.

But Oscar managed to lose his cool during yesterday’s 1-1 draw with Guangzhou R&F and proceeded to smash a loose ball off not one, but TWO opposition players.

As you can imagine, the brazen show of poor sportsmanship didn’t go down well, and a massive on-field brawl quickly ensued.

Substitutes and coaching teams all ended up involved, as Oscar lay mainly on the floor:

What do you think of the incident? Is that the biggest football fight you’ve ever witnessed? It must be in the running at least!

Let us know in the comments section below…

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