THIS is the incredible moment a Norwegian club keeper dived to have his OWN teammate sent off.
The well of mist is red and actually falls during the dying phase of the clash between Kristiansund and Viking.
Despite being led 3-2, but the Vikings centre-back, David Brekalo and goalkeeper Patrik Gunnarsson flared up.
The pair shouted at each other before Brekalo delivered two shoves to the Iceland keeper’s chest.
After the second, Gunnarsson fell to the floor.
But it seemed to work out when the referee showed a red card to 22-year-old Brekalo, who was frantic with the decision.
During the incident, Brekalo had to be pulled away from the goalkeeper, 21, by teammates.
Over the years, there have been a number of cases war player from the same team.
Perhaps the most famous was the field brawl between Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer.
The epic melee that saw the players of both Newcastle and their opponents that day Aston Villa try to interfere as they tear each other apart.
They were sent off and tried to clash in the dressing room but were stopped when boss Graeme Souness offered to fight the two!
The other people spring remembers was when the police were called to Man City’s training ground after Joey Barton repeatedly punched Ousmane Dabo causing him to lose consciousness.
Barton was sentenced to four months of probation for the assault.
The FA hit him with a six-match ban and a £25,000 fine.
John Hartson shoved West Ham teammate Eyal Berkovic in the face during a training session in September 1998, and in 2007 Craig Bellamy attacked John Arne Riise with the GOLF CLUB at a Liverpool team bonding trip to Portugal.
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