Kyle Walker FIGHT Felipe Melo After Club World Cup Victory [Video]

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Manchester City full-back Kyle Walker fell out with Fluminense player Felipe Melo after Club World Cup final victory, MySportDab reports.

Manchester City comfortably dispatched Brazilian and South American champions Fluminense to clinch their first FIFA Club World Cup trophy.

Just seconds into the game, Julian Alvarez chested home a rebound from the woodwork to give Manchester City the lead.

Nathan Ake would have earned the credit for the first goal after he fired from 25 yards out but his shot was pointed out on the woodwork by Fluminense goalkeeper before Julian Alvarez chested it home to get City off the mark.

In the 27th minute, Nino scored an own goal to extend Manchester City’s lead as the European champions went into the break with a 2-0 first half win.

Late in the second half, Phil Foden put the game beyond Fluminense with a 72nd-minute goal to make it 3-0.

Julian Alvarez was to wrap up the win with his brace as he nailed home Manchester City’s fourth goal in the 88th minute before the final whistle.

City ran out 4-0 winners to clinch 2023 FIFA Club World Cup trophy but before the celebrations a mass brawl broke out just after the final whistle.

Kyle Walker was involved in a furious bust-up with Fluminense player Felipe Melo.

The bust-up got so intense with the two players starting to drag each other and nearly exchanging blows.

The ugly spectacle immediately drew the attention of their teammates and the coaching staff who rushed to the scene to separate the two feuding parties.

From the footage, which is available at the end of this post, the confrontation actually started with Melo taking on Walker’s teammate Jack Grealish, whom he said he was uncomfortable with through the game.

Walker actually attempted to intervene and defend his teammate only to have Melo leave Grealish and confront him.

Calm was restored following interventions by players and coaching staff by both sides before Manchester City went ahead to lift their first FIFA Club World Cup trophy.

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