It’s been a mixed week for Tottenham and Chelsea fans.
There were undeniable highs for Chelsea in winning their first trophy of the season, while there have since been disgraceful lows for making the headlines for the wrong reasons yet again.
Yet more allegations of racist chanting followed the Capital Cup win at Wembley, while there have also been videos to emerge showing fans of both Chelsea and Spurs fighting before the encounter.
There is now another disturbing clip to have come to light showing another violent clash, this time after the match had ended 2-0 in the favour of Chelsea.
On this occasion a punch up took place on a Wembley Park station platform, where a camera witnessed a Tottenham fan violently attacking one of his Blues counterparts across the station from crowds of fellow Spurs supporters.
It all began when a Chelsea flag was thrown onto the train tracks and the incident escalated from there. Police eventually intervened but by then damage had already been done.
Chelsea had triumphed at Wembley thanks to a strike from John Terry and an own goal Kyle Walker to land what could be one of three trophies during this campaign.
Thanks to 101greatgoals for bringing this to our attention.