A remarkable post-match tunnel brawl between PSV Eindhoven and Feyenoord following the Rotterdam club's 2-1 victory has been caught on camera.
Feyenoord moved to within three points of their rivals at the top of the Eredivisie thanks to goals from Ruben Shacken and Grazian Pelle on Sunday - but the best of the action came after the final whistle had gone.
Jeremain Lens, who had given PSV the lead after 34 minutes at the Stadion Feijenoord, waited at the end of the game to confront Feyenoord's Joris Mathijsen after the pair had enjoyed a running battle throughout the 90 minutes.
Lens finally got hold of his man, and quickly the spat escalated into a fullblown handbags and shoving match between members of both sides.
Eventually the melee calmed down with handshakes exchanged while Feyenoord boss Ronald Koeman looked on, far from impressed - although PSV tempers were likely to have flared later on as Feyenoord celebrated their win loudly in the home dressing room.
Luckily for all concerned, Mark van Bommel wasn't playing or things could have seriously got out of hand. Watch the incredible video above.