Watch Toronto FC and New York City FC brawl on the pitch in incredible scenes after wild MLS match

A day of rivalry between Toronto FC and New York City FC ended with players and staff brawling on the pitch.

The teams traded blows for 90 minutes and some changes as NYCFC won 3-2 north of the border. However, the action did not end with the final whistle at BMO Field.

A verbal exchange of words from the heated game led to members of both clubs swapping boots and dubbing sets in a moshpit of blue and gray jerseys.

At the center of the fracas, former NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson pointed the finger at defender Strahinja Tanasijević before aggressively pushing and chasing the Yugoslav.

After teammates swarmed and separated the two, Johnson ran around the crowd, held Tanasijević in a grip and appeared to throw the stock when NYCFC home player Tayvon Gray tried to separate them.

Toronto FC’s match against New York City FC ended in a chaotic brawl at BMO Stadium

Players and staff from both sides had to be separated following NYCFC's 3-2 win

Players and staff from both sides had to be separated following NYCFC’s 3-2 win

Meanwhile, at the bottom of the footage, TFC manager John Herdman appears to be shouting at NYCFC manager Nick Cushing, pushing his chest on the Englishman’s shoulder. The managers were quickly separated and kept apart by the chaos between the players.

NYCFC opened the scoring with a Santiago Rodriguez penalty in the 23rd minute. He doubled his lead before the break with another goal in the 44th by Malachi Jones.

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Toronto’s Federico Bernardeschi broke New York’s clean sheet when he scored in the 55th. However, Andres Perea found the net for NYCFC in the 77th to push the prize further away from their rivals.

Santiago Rodriguez opened the scoring for New York with a penalty in the 23rd minute

Malachi Jones scored for NYCFC in the 44th before Andres Perea scored in the 89th.

Malachi Jones scored for NYCFC in the 44th before Andres Perea scored in the 89th.

The dying minutes brought TFC a goal again, courtesy of Raoul Petretta in the 89th. In the ninth minute of stoppage time, Bernardeschi picked up a second yellow card as tensions flared between the two sides.

The teams remain in the Eastern Conference, Toronto is fourth with 19 points. On the other hand, NYCFC sit just below them in fifth place with 17.

The Pigeons have won four of their last five games with their rivals.

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