Real Madrid and Atletico ultras take part in brutal 10 vs 10 park fight ahead of derby

    REAL MADRID and Atletico Madrid ultras geared up for this weekend’s derby by having a FIGHT in a park.

    A violent scrap between the bitter rivals was organised ahead of tomorrow’s game.

    Real Madrid and Atletico ultras organised a fight ahead of tomorrow's derby

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    Real Madrid and Atletico ultras organised a fight ahead of tomorrow’s derbyCredit: MARCA
    Pictures showed the two sets of fans engaged in a violent brawl

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    Pictures showed the two sets of fans engaged in a violent brawlCredit: MARCA

    Pictures of the 20-person 10 vs 10 brawl were posted on social media and credited to Marca.

    The Real Madrid ultras were dressed in white, while their Atletico counterparts wore red.

    The two sets of supporters were snapped brutally trading kicks and punches in an unknown location.

    But social media users were quick to hit out at the ultras for their foolishness.

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    One wrote: “This is actually just ridiculous.”

    Another said: “Stupidity at the highest, highest level.”

    And a third simply commented: “Idiots.”

    It’s not the first time so-called fans have used football to organise a mass brawl.

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    Back in 2017 footage went viral of Russian hooligans fighting in a field following a Moscow derby between CSKA and Spartak.

    Real Madrid make the short trip across town for tomorrow’s game looking to maintain their perfect start to the campaign.

    Carlo Ancelotti’s side have won all five of their LaLiga games so far this season.

    Atletico meanwhile have drawn one and lost one out of their five games so far.

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