INTER MILAN pals Andre Onana and Edin Dzeko had a fiery bust-up on the pitch against Porto.
Goalkeeper Onana had to be held back by team-mate Hakan Calhanoglu as he shouted at Dzeko.
The row came in the second half of Inter’s 1-0 Champions League win over Porto.
Onana appeared to be upset with Dzeko after the striker told him to stop moaning at the referee.
The striker wanted Onana to get on with play and he was met by a wild outburst from the Cameroonian.
Onana seemed to tell Dzeko to “shut up” and gesture towards him angrily.
Calhanoglu was on hand to defuse the situation and put his hand over Onana’s mouth.
Despite the row, a Romelu Lukaku goal in the 86th minute gave the Italians a one-goal advantage heading to Portugal for the second leg.
It comes just days after Lukaku and team-mate Nicolo Barrella clashed during the game against Udinese.
Lukaku struck a late winner against Porto and Onana also played a huge role in the victory as he produced a wonderful double save to keep the scores level.
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The keeper recently got into trouble over a confrontation with his own team at the World Cup.
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Cameroon manager Rigobert Song reportedly sent Onana home following a dispute over his playing style which resulted in a shouting match.
Onana then decided to retire from international duty, announcing he had fulfilled his dream of playing for his country.