Man City's official YouTube channel is absolutely outstanding in comparison to other Premier Leauge clubs, mainly because they offer us 'Tunnel Cam', a chance to get a look at the moments we don't see before the players arrive out onto the pitch.
We've seen some pretty cool stuff before, such as Ryan Taylor and David Silva sharing a lovely post-injury moment, and James McClean having it out with Pablo Zabaleta, but we knew there was going to be a good one after Chelsea's win on Saturday.
There were no scraps or anything of the sort, instead, the two sides seemed to be full of players who had nothing but friendship and respect for their opponents, which makes it even more bizarre that things ended the way they did.
But one highlight for sure was a meeting between two club captains who were injured on the day, with John Terry offering encouragement to Vincent Kompany in his battle with injury.
VK: I'm fine, I've just been unlucky.
JT: Well keep going mate, you're the best about, and I can't wait to see you back. Keep going mate, honestly.
We also noticed the following relationships between players:
-Eden Hazard loves 'KDB', but Thibaut Courtois does not. Check out his lingering stare, those two have history to be fair.
-Hazard is also pally with Yaya Toure, and KDB and Oscar as still mates from the Belgian's time at Chelsea.
-All the Brazilians are best pals. Great to see, to be honest with what happened last week.
-David Silva and Cesar Azpilicueta are Spanish buds, but Cesc Fabregas doesn't care about anyone.
-Claudio Bravo and Pedro had a big post-Barca hug.
You can watch the full clip below, but if you were expecting a fight in the tunnel like the title suggests, you'll be disappointed as it's only Yaya Toure and Oscar taking an eternity to swap shirts.