Atletico vs. Man City descended into utter chaos when Felipe received his marching orders for kicking out at Phil Foden in the closing stages of their second-leg tie on Wednesday.
Tempers continued to flare as both teams headed down the tunnel, with Stefan Savic clashing with Grealish following their incident during the match.
Unused substitute Ruben Dias broke up the argument between Savic and Grealish, with Carson and Walker not having any of Atletico's antics.
Carson, who also didn't play, began shoving members of Atletico's coaching staff as well as Walker, who was held back by Gabriel Jesus.
The clip also shows Ederson gesturing towards the hostile Atletico fans.
More and more people got involved as the situation escalated in the tunnel.
Atletico were condemned by fans and critics for their actions during the game at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
BT Sport pundit Rio Ferdinand slammed Atletico and said they should be 'embarrassed' for their antics.
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🤯 Pulling Jack Grealish's hair
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"Distasteful behaviour from the Atletico players, they should be embarrassed with some of the antics they have gone on with," he said after the game.
"You have to say, talking about football, well done to Atletico Madrid as they made Manchester City play in a way we haven't seen for a long time, took them out of their rhythm and their stride.
"But some of the stuff towards the end was not what you want to see on a football pitch."
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