Podolski And Iniesta End Up Getting In A Massive Brawl After Late Equaliser
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Andrés Iniesta and Lukas Podolski ended up getting in a brawl during a J-League match.
Shimizu S-Pulse 'keeper Yuji Rokutan managed to score an equaliser in the 104th minutes against Vissel Kobe.
The entire match descended into chaos after it when the former Barcelona star and the former Arsenal player were involved in the brawl, with the aftermath of the scrap seeing Wellington Luís de Sousa being sent off for his part in the incident.
According to the Daily Mirror, Iniesta tried his best to stop the fight and Podolski also attempted to do the same by pushing players away, but the former German international was then forced away from the situation.
The match ended 3-3, with Vissel Kobe losing a two-goal lead against their opponents.
Lukas Podolski and Andres Iniesta were caught up in ugly scenes at the end of a J-League thriller. pic.twitter.com/3jOcEz7niX- ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) 25 November 2018
:rage: TEMPERS FLARE :rage:- Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) 25 November 2018
Andres Iniesta and Lukas Podolski were involved in an on-field brawl in Vissel Kobe's J-League match this weekend.
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Iniesta left Barcelona in the summer and made his debut for the Japanese side in July.
The 34-year-old Spaniard recently revealed how he suffered from depression early in his football career.
"During that time, I could not wait for the evening so I could take a pill and relax," he La Sexta (via Football Espana).
"You cannot be yourself when you have depression, you suffer, you find it difficult to take control of aspects of your life.
"It is hard to be motivated because you do not feel like you have something to think about and move towards, you do not think positively."
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