See 10 Worst Football Fight Moments That Looks More Like A Boxing Than Football (Photos)
By Adamu2020 | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 11 views
Football is a game of joy and is the most watched sporting event in the world. Sometimes fighting often erupt between opponents or even team mates. Many ended up being dismissed and banned for a specific period of time.
Real Madrid current head coach, Zinedine Zidane is involved in one of the most controversial fights in the history of football after headbutting Metarazi of Italy in world cup final in 2006. Zidane was shown a straight red card for the incident which is his last football moment because he announced his retirement after the match.
Mario Balotelli is one of the current football players with bad records regarding his character on the pitch. The Italian forward is involved in numerous incidents relating to fight and was banned on several occasions.
Below are pictures of football fights moment that looks more like a boxing than football:
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