Fists and chairs were thrown during a wild brawl on Oct. 21 between soccer fans in Manchester, England (videos below).
The Manchester City and Sevilla teams had not yet taken the field at Etihad Stadium when the fight broke out near a local oyster restaurant, notes the Daily Mail.
Two videos were filmed by witnesses, who were above the oyster bar, as 20-25 men threw chairs and other objects at each other.
The Greater Manchester Police arrested three Polish soccer fans (not Manchester City or Sevilla) for suspicion of violent disorder. A Spanish man was treated by medics on the scene for a head injury.
Police are investigating whether or not the fight was started by fans of the Polish club Slask Wroclaw and some Sevilla fans, a feud which apparently goes back to a 2013 match.
Back on the field, Manchester City defeated Sevilla 2–1, reports Sports Illustrated.