Tottenham and Manchester City players found themselves embroiled in a brawl after Hugo Lloris saved a penalty before he and Raheem Sterling came together in the aftermath.
With a cagey affair still locked at 0-0, VAR had given City a surprising penalty after what looked like a relatively soft foul from Serge Aurier on Sergio Aguero.
Ilkay Gundogan stepped up to take the spot kick, but French stopper Lloris dived the right way to keep the scores level.
Winger Sterling was ready to pounce though, running in after the ball and managing to get a touch on it after he was brought down by Lloris.
The England international clearly felt he should have been awarded another penalty, and took out his frustrations with the Spurs keeper.
The pair squared up, before several team-mates got involved too, with a mass brawl breaking out inside the Spurs penalty box.
VAR reviewed the incident, coming to the decision that there was not enough contact on Sterling to award a second penalty.
Sky Sports commentator Jamie Carragher thought it should have been given though, claiming Lloris was never going to beat Sterling to the ball.
“That looked a penalty again! It looked another penalty,” the Liverpool legend said live on air.
“He got there first, no doubt about it.
“I thought he got too excited saving the penalty and he was never going to get there, Lloris."