A wild brawl during a Brazilian soccer game on Monday resulted in nine players getting ejected and left at least one player with a major bruise on his face.

A collision near midfield in the match between Fluminense and Athletico Paranaense sparked the fight that culminated with a kick to the face of João Neto at the Arena da Baixada, reports TMZ.

Fluminense had 2-1 in the final of the Brazilian Under-17 Championship. With the contest nearing its end, Neto was taken down by an opponent going for the ball. The two players began shoving each other and their teammates quickly joined the fracas. 

One of those teammates was Athletico Paranaense’s João Gabriel, who came flying in with a karate kick that landed squarely on Neto’s face. Watch below as Neto hit the ground for the second time in fewer than 15 seconds.

Gabriel was on the bench prior to getting involved in the brawl, according to a translated report from Globo Esporte. A postgame picture showed the damage that was left on Neto’s face. 

The incident forced the game to pause for 10 minutes, but Neto and Fluminense did emerge victoriously.

Joao Neto Joao Neto of Famalicao in action during the Liga NOS match between FC Famalicao and Sporting CP at Estadio Municipal 22 de Junho on Dec. 5, 2020 in Vila Nova de Famalicao, Portugal. Photo: Octavio Passos/Getty Images