WATCH: Jason McAteer's rant following controversial end to England vs Ireland in Star Sixes is absolutely incredible
Jason McAteer and Michael Owen had a good old fashioned scrap.
The Star Sixes tournament that went down this weekend has proven to be some excellent entertainment.
We've some moments of real quality (Robert Pires' hat-trick was a highlight), some moments of hilarity (see: Phil Babb's incredible own-goal), and now we've seen some real controversy.
Ireland were drawing 0-0 against England with less than two minutes left on the clock when Michael Owen and McAteer had a go at each other.
It started when Owen kicked out at McAteer, and McAteer did the same back.
But only the Irishman was sent off.
Have a look:
😡 @MCATEER4 v @themichaelowen 😡
It has all kicked off in the @StarSixes, but England go on to beat Ireland 1-0 and book their place in the final later this evening.
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— Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) January 6, 2019
England's Paul Konchesky then scored a winner with seconds left on the clock (while Ireland were playing with a man less, following the red card), knocking Scotland out of the tournament as a result, which really dampened the mood of the event as it was taking place in Glasgow.
Speaking afterwards, McAteer was not one bit happy, saying: "Michael Owen decided to lash out, and I didn't think I wanted to let him get away with it.
"The referee obviously didn't see it, or he didn't want to see it because it was England and Michael Owen."
When analysing Owen's kick, McAteer said: "How is that not a red card? I'll tell you why it's not a red card, because it's Michael Owen and it's England."
Good to see he's still as passionate as ever!