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Two Teammates Fight Each Other During Match In Brazil

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With teammates like this, who needs enemies?

If you believed Brazilian football was all frizzy haired goodness and samba style play, we have news for you: two players for Amazonian outfit Placido de Castro have now been involved in a ruckus – with each other.

The rumble in the jungle (quite literally) happened shortly after the side conceded their fifth and final goal against Rio Branco, going onto lose 5-2, with Fabio Junior running up and smacking Uilian in the face, before disbelieving teammates waded in and chaos ensued. Naturally, that wouldn't be the only red the pair would see, as the ref eventually gave each man his marching orders.

Reports of peacemaker extraordinaire Gareth Barry headed to South America are as yet unfounded.

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