Brawls mar Milk Cup game between N. Ireland and Mexico
Northern Ireland and Mexico's Milk Cup Elite game ended in disgrace when brawls forced the match at the Coleraine Showgrounds in Northern Ireland to be abandoned.
The Under-20 teams came to blows in the second half of the youth tournament match, which the hosts eventually won 2-1.
In the first incident, one Mexican player could be seen aiming a kick at the head of a Northern Irish player as he lay on the ground.
Referee Tim Marshall red carded Mexico's Raul Monala Gudino and Carlos Arreola as well as Northern Ireland's Robbie McDaid.
The second brawl took place towards the end of regular time, resulting in Mexican Kevin Gutierrez becoming the fourth player to be sent off while Marshall opted to end the game early.
Northern Ireland manager Stephen Craigan told the BBC that he was "disgusted" by what had happened and suggested that Mexico be barred from the competition.
Both teams were involved in ugly scenes during last year's tournament, which saw Mexican Rodrigo Gonzalez receive his marching orders for a shove while Arreloa escaped a certain red card for punching Cameron McGheehan.
Sources: BBC, Mail Online