Motherwell retained their Scottish Premiership status with a 6-1 aggregate playoff victory against Rangers. They won the second leg 3-0, getting a helping hand from opposition keeper Cameron Bell along the way.
At the end of the game, Motherwell's Lee Erwin approached Bilel Mohsni to shake his hand. The two exchanged words after which Erwin resorted to pushing Mohsni in the back to get a response. He had probably bitten off more than he could chew. The Tunisian retaliated with a kick and punch.
This is what Erwin told BT Sport.
Erwin told us at full time he tried to shake Mohsni's hand, some words were exchanged, Erwin then 'reacted badly' and Mohsni kicked him.
— BT Sport SPFL (@BTSportSPFL) May 31, 2015
Here's the Vine and there's video below. The fight between the two also sparked a mass brawl on the pitch.
This Just Happened In The Rangers Game, Because He Refused To Shake His Hand Hahahaha pic.twitter.com/qEKljFJhLW
— Fiddy (@FlygerianFiddy) May 31, 2015
The referee dished out three red cards to Mohsni, Erwin and Fraser Kerr following the incident.