SHOCKING footage shows Spurs and Bayern Munich football hooligans battling each other in a mass street brawl after last night’s Champions League clash in North London.
Up to 50 thugs, some armed with wooden posts, traded blows after Spurs crashed to a humiliating 7-2 defeat in the Group B qualifier at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
A squad of yobs charged at their rivals across a road and began raining punches down on them after Bayern hammered Mauricio Pochettino’s team.
Ex-Arsenal star Serge Gnabry netted four times for the German giants as he unleashed a demolition job on last year’s Champions League finalists, with fans squaring up after the game.
Footage shows one thug in a long beige trenchcoat, white trainers and blue jeans fighting with two rivals before one trips up as he tries to kick him.
Another yob wearing a scarf then viciously kicks the supporter as he lays in the middle of the road while the sickening battle rages on.
One fan wearing shorts is then seen swinging a vicious right-hand punch, with a fat hooligan in a hoodie filmed kicking another yob in the background.
Terrified drivers pull over in their cars as they try to drive through the chaos, with one onlooker heard saying “I’m not getting involved” as the two groups continue to fight.
At one point a moped driver darts between the two groups as the pitched battle halts for a second and the two groups goad one other.
But up to 30 thugs kick off again, charging across the street after one man claps his hands, with more hooligans seen piling in.
At one point, a fan in blue jeans is seen planting a kick on another thug, who is dressed all in black.
A flurry of punches are exchanged, but the other gang fights back with white poles as horrified bystanders watch on.
Spurs fans can be heard chanting in the background as the battle rages on outside a shop on a pavement.
The fan in the long beige coat is seen brandishing a long, white stick before raising it above his head and smacking it over a rival.
Another supporter is seen clutching a similar weapon as he hunts for a target amid the mayhem.
The match itself started brilliantly for Spurs when Heung-min Son gave them the lead, but by half-time Bayern were ahead through Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski.
Then an awful spell early in the second half saw ex-Arsenal man Serge Gnabry score a brace inside a few minutes.
Harry Kane pulled one back from the spot to provide some hope but Gnabry wasn’t finished.
He went on two score two more with those sandwiched by a Lewandowski strike as Spurs conceded seven at home for the first time.
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The thugs were filmed attacking cops and throwing paving slabs as rival fans fought in North London, leaving one man with “life threatening” injuries”.
Sun Online contacted the Met for comment about last night’s violence.
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