Ex-Chelsea midfielder Oscar sparks mass brawl in Shanghai

Oscar sparks mass brawl in Chinese league

Watch: Ex-Chelsea Player Oscar Sparks Mass Brawl in Chinese Super League

Former Chelsea player Oscar sparked a 50-man brawl during a Chinese Super League match on Sunday afternoon.

After the former Chelsea midfielder appeared to fire the ball deliberately twice at Guangzhou players, he was rushed by several opponents, fell to the ground and a melee broke out.

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What ensued was a insane shoving match between the players of Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou R&F, with members of both teams' staff and bench joining in.

Guangzhou's Li Tixiang saw red, along with three yellows for the hosts, while the visitors had Fu Huan sent for an early bath.

"Disrespect the opponent? It is not true", the Brazil worldwide is reported as telling the Sina news agency.

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Portuguese coach Villas-Boas defended Oscar, saying that he was "just being passionate".

SIPG is second in the table, four points behind leader Guangzhou Evergrande.

The match finished as a draw, as Oscar helped set up the equalising goal for Hulk.

Video of the tussle spread quickly in mainstream and social media.

Oscar avoided any punishment as he was dragged away from the incident as players continued to scuffle.

"We are sorry about the infringements during the game and hope the players can adjust their attitude and prepare for the following game", the club said in a statement.

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