Bournemouth players Junior Stanislas and Sam Surridge were engaged in a fight on the pitch that their team-mates needed to break up.
The Premier League team of recent seasons managed to see off Wycombe Wanderers in a 1-0 victory to go top of the Championship.
But the decision of England U21 to take a shot on a stopping goal brought a furious reaction from former West Ham man Stanislas, who was at the edge of the penalty box in space.
And the 31-year-old, who after 68 minutes, scored the game’s only goal, made his feelings of anger clear.
Surridge had just seen his shot fizz across the goal-line and out for a goal kick from a close angle, giving Wycombe another opportunity to attack for an equaliser.
The Englishman stepped up to the winger as he screamed at him in front of the fans of the Cherries.
As the 23-year-old attempts to ignore Stanislas’ words, until Jefferson Lerma comes between them, No.19 shoves his own team-mate.
Furiously, the referee blows his whistle to split the pair, who are soon leaving for the end of the game.
On Twitter, this video was soon shared, where fans were left baffled at the on-pitch scrap between the couple.