The two sides faced off on Monday evening and while Fluminese emerged winners and claimed the U17 Brasileirao title, the real story came following the game.
Paranaense's Ataide fouled Joao Neto who kicked out at his opponent and sparked the initial confrontation.
Moments later, the pitch filled with bodies and substitute Joao Gabriel planted an Eric Cantona-esque kick on Neto.
- Daniel Edwards :green_heart: (@DanEdwardsGoal) December 22, 2020
O garoto João Neto, do Fluminense, vai levar uma cicatriz após a covardia da voadora de João Gabriel, do Athletico.- nense news (@NewsNense) December 22, 2020
Mas só um saiu com medalha e taça.
O Fluminense é o campeão brasileiro sub-17 de 2020. Título inédito. pic.twitter.com/CV2RSnh6uE
Vinicius Amaral then laid a few kicks into the youngster before his teammates jumped in to help.
It has been reported that the game was stopped for ten minutes to calm everyone down and all four players were sent off.
Two more players on the pitch were also sent off, as were three substitutes taking the number of dismissals up to nine.
Fans have reacted to the incident and they think it could be up there as one of football's wildest on-pitch scraps.
Even goes for the sweet chin music 27 seconds in https://t.co/FriHarYuqf- Scott Owen (@scowennn) December 22, 2020
Why do South American's always come flying in with a Kung fu kick during football hand bags? https://t.co/DL6xyUCRbn- Adam west (@Adamwest6) December 22, 2020
The flying kick at 8 seconds in then the geeza trying to roundhouse someone at 29 seconds and missing:sob: what a game https://t.co/WrQEdNviwM- owen (@owenhollandd) December 22, 2020
Was kickin tf off in Brazil u17:joy::joy:look at that fly kick https://t.co/5EenMh9kqn- MrSYM (@MedusaMadeCJ) December 22, 2020
WHAT THE F*CKKKK :flushed:- Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) December 22, 2020
It all kicked off in this Brazilian under 17's final right...
Just look out for the De Jong style challenge at 8 seconds in :joy::joy::joy: https://t.co/dqqeIIcRE4
When you and your siblings watched too much WWE https://t.co/cqvgoxQUzW- zuhdi rabin (@EpicZuhdi) December 22, 2020
No word on the punishments everyone involved will receive yet but they'll probably be long ones given the violence on show.
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