MANCHESTER City fans were caught smashing into a police car and clashing with riot police after their Champions League win.
Thousands of fans went wild at the game in Turkey, rocking pubs, bars and fan zones across Britain as City Inter saw off Milan with an exceptional 1-0 win in Istanbul.
Captain Ilkay Gündogan lifted the trophy in the 74,000-seat Ataturk Olympic Stadium thanks to a 67th-minute goal from Spanish midfielder Rodri.
Fans who weren’t lucky enough to get a ticket were overwhelmed with emotion at the Manchester City Fan Zone in Istanbul.
In the picture, they screamed in disbelief and hugged in tears as they watched their team win their first Champions League title.
But on the streets of Manchester, some fans took the celebrations too far.
During a riot in Piccadilly Gardens, Greater Manchester Police were forced to intervene when rowdy hooligans smashed up one of their squad cars.
When a City fan climbed onto the roof, they kicked the windshield and blue light bar.
A group of young lads let out blue flares, then everyone chanted from the roof of the van as it collapsed.
City songs also blared out from people standing at bus stops trying to get the crowd going.
Troublemakers with black eyes and bloody noses were also taken away by police, and some were pinned to the ground.
Riot police with batons were called to clean up the chaos while hundreds continued the partying late into the night.
The carnage also erupted at Manchester’s Mayfield Depot, where thousands of beer-soaked fans threw pints and cried their eyes out.
And chaos reigned in Manchester’s Love Factory as fans cheered as their team secured the treble.
A number of celebrities were also spotted partying – including Oasis icon Noel Gallagher and ex-boxer Ricky Hatton.
Noel was rampaging at a San Diego, California fan club as his youth team made history.
Meanwhile, Hatton was spotted shirtless earlier on Saturday enjoying the sun at a table full of beers in Istanbul.
But it was sympathy for the thousands of Inter fans who looked devastated by the final whistle.
Some fans of the Italian team even cried into each other when their side failed to overcome City’s onslaught.
Manchester City’s victory is the second treble won by Pep Guardiola in his career.
The first came at Barcelona in 2009 – at the end of his very first season as a coach.