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Three men have been arrested after a huge brawl broke out outside a Wetherspoons pub in Liverpool.
The shocking fight which involved several people, erupted on Saturday afternoon after Chelsea's 0-0 draw against Liverpool..
In video footage of the incident which was widely shared online, a large group of men seen punching each other and lobbing missiles including bottles and glasses.
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A distraught woman can be heard in the background of the video clip shouting "get out, get out” as the carnage unfolds.
Merseyside Police confirmed that officers had called to an altercation at the Thomas Frost pub on Walton Road in Liverpool just after 3pm on Saturday, January 21.
Police confirmed to the Liverpool Echo that no injuries had been reported and three men aged 22, 33 and 55, have been arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly in a public place.
In the footage, one man can be seen lying on the ground as others throw kicks and punches at him and anxious motorists drive slowly by to try to avoid the incident.
Empty beer bottles, cans and plastic cups littered the pavement outside the pub where the fight broke out.
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Merseyside Police said in a statement: "Three men have been arrested following a disturbance in Walton this afternoon, Saturday 21 January.
"Just after 3pm, officers were called to an altercation at the Thomas Frost pub on County Road. No injuries were reported.
"Three men, aged 22, 33 and 55, were arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly in a public place."
One disapproving local commented: “Absolutely disgusting from these young Liverpool 'fans'.
"As usual it won't be called out by any other Liverpool fan, so it will only get worse.
"End of last year they put a teenager in hospital. Then they scarred a 15 year old girl for life away at City. Now they're roaming the streets again looking for a few away fans having a pint."
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