SHOCKING footage shows the moment chaos erupted at a screening of a World Cup match as Australian fans turned on French supporters following their loss.
Thousands packed into Federation Square in Melbourne to watch Australia’s opening clash at 6am local time.
Craig Goodwin made it 1-0 to the underdogs early on but by the time the referee blew the final whistle, the Socceroos had been defeated 4-1.
Violence then broke out as wound-up Australian fans unleashed their fury on a small group of French supporters who had joined them to watch the game.
Dramatic footage shows Aussie supporters ripping a French flag away from their opponents, throwing punches and even spitting at them.
The French fans were forced to duck for cover as fuming Socceroos followers hurled cans and bottles.
Security officials stepped in to break up the scuffle – but no arrests were made.
A spokesman for Victoria Police says no complaints have been made.
They added: “There is no place for violent or anti-social behaviour in the community and we support the vast majority of sporting fans celebrating this exciting time in the right spirit.”
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Wild celebrations erupted inside a small house and one of them went so crazy he actually ripped the main door off its hinges.
He then dragged the door outside and dropped it on the floor while his fellow fans cheered inside.
No one seemed too bothered by the damage caused as the perpetrator received a big hug as he walked back inside.