SHOCKING footage shows fights between Man City and Chelsea fans as they gather in Porto ahead of the Champions League final.
Hundreds of fans are already in Portugal for Saturday’s big game between the two English teams.
However, tempers boiled over as supporters drink in local bars across the city.
A clip shows two small groups of fans brawling outside a bar, including two guys trading punches and kicks.
Others at the bar toss drinks at each other before baton-wielding police disperse the crowd.
Footage taken earlier on Friday also shows supporters brawling in central Porto ahead of the European Cup final.
Thursday saw the second night of violence in the city as riot cops had to disperse brawling fans as staff closed pubs due to Covid restrictions.
A number of supporters were unaware of the strict 10.30pm curfew to prevent the spread of coronavirus, reports the Mirror.
People have been involved in clashes with police, it has been reported.
Two supporters were reportedly injured after shameful clashes near Porto’s São Bento train station and in the city’s riverside district.
A Chelsea fan has been pictured drenched in burgundy as blood poured from his mouth which had been opened.
A witness said: ‘It was quite minor – some people wanted another drink and the police were determined to move people and get them back to their hotels.
“There has been no problem between Chelsea and City fans.”
Trouble also reportedly erupted after City fans began mocking holidaying Manchester United supporters whose side had just come off on penalties at Villarreal in the Europa League final.
Police sources said the fighting incidents were resolved “quickly”.
Manchester City edged out PSG in the semi-finals to reach their first-ever Champions League final.
Chelsea beat 13-time European champions Real Madrid to book their place in the final round – which is their third appearance in a CL final since Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003.
UEFA moved the big game from Istanbul to Portugal to allow England fans to travel due to the rising number of cases in Turkey.
Some 16,500 supporters will be allowed into the stadium. Many more came to support their away teams.
Police Commander Paula Peneda told reporters authorities were expecting many ticketless English fans in the city on Saturday but could not specify a number.
Officials said they could not stop fans from traveling as British tourists are now allowed to enter and leave Portugal if they show a negative PCR test.