A wild brawl recently broke out among some children playing in a junior hockey league game in Republic of North Ossetia, Vladikavkaz, Russia.
The fight between the home team, Alania, and the visitors, Haski, happened after the final whistle during the Southern Championship of Russia, notes RT.com.
Alexander Basenko, the head coach of Haski, told Russia’s Sport-Express that “no one had any intentions to fight.”
“Though we lost the game 3-6, I told my guys that it was a logical outcome and we had no one but ourselves to blame,” Basenko added.
The Ministry of Sport of North Ossetia stated: “An official investigation will definitely be conducted. We have already discussed the incident with the referee of the game.”
(Sources: RT.com, Sport-Express)