WATCH: Police intervene as Ramovic-Rulani feud takes new twist!

There was a HUGE drama after the final whistle of Tuesday’s league game between TS Galaxy and Mamelodi Sundowns at Mbombela Stadium.

Sundowns were the visitors at TS Galaxy as both sides played to an exciting 1-1 draw in an electrifying atmosphere.

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Puso Dithejane opened the scoring for the home side in the second half but Peter Shalulile equalised for Sundowns with four minutes to go.

After the game, Sundowns Condition Coach Sibusiso Mahlangu was caught on camera attacking TS Galaxy coach Sead Ramovic and insulting him.

One TS Galaxy official, on the other hand, approached Rulani Mokwena of Sundowns in an effort to convince him to make peace with Ramovic.

However, Mokwena wasn’t interested at all as he moved away from the commotion and went to his Sundowns players on the pitch.

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The tension between TS Galaxy and Mamelodi Sundowns was on another level in Mbombela.#SABCSportFootball #DStvPrem pic.twitter.com/T8P22UNcjs

— SABC Sport (@SABC_Sport) May 21, 2024

POLICE INTERVENE TO SEPARATE TS GALAXY AND SUNDOWNS PLAYERS – VIDEO

The drama never ended there as Police had to intervene to separate both TS Galaxy and Sundowns squads from turning this feud into boxing.

Mokwena could be seen trying to go towards Ramovic after the TV interviews but he was stopped by his backroom staff while the TS Galaxy mentor could be seen walking away from the cameras.

It’s unclear if the two coaches exchanged words after the interviews but both sets of squads were suddenly there to the extent that Police to also get involved.

TS Galaxy owner Tim Sukazi stood on the sidelines of that war-of-words alongside Sundowns Sporting Director Flemming Berg.

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The police had to intervene due to vehement tension between TS Galaxy and Mamelodi Sundowns team following their 1⃣1⃣ draw in Mbombela!#SABCSportFootball #DStvPrem pic.twitter.com/qQ3vwIsBOJ

— SABC Sport (@SABC_Sport) May 21, 2024