CRAZY Leicester fans battled each other in the stands after relegation from the Premier League.
The Foxes beat West Ham 2-1 on the final day of the season, but it’s still not enough to beat relegation.
Everton’s 1-0 win over Bournemouth puts Leicester into the Championship next season.
And it all proved too much for some supporters at King Power Stadium, and the photos show them being pushed apart.
Brendan Rodgers was sacked in April and replaced by Dean Smith, who failed to retain his 2016 league title.
Smith told Sky Sports: “It was our best performance today. We deserved to win. We put pressure on it, but it didn’t happen.
“When I came here with eight games left, I thought we probably needed 11 points.
“We were two points short of nine – and ended up with 11 points. I’ll look back on Leeds vs Everton but it’s a long season.
“I’m disappointed with the owner here, the staff and the players. It wasn’t supposed to be.
“I didn’t know their (Everton) score. I didn’t want to know. I was just focused on winning the match.
“You hear things around the earth. I just wanted to make sure we did what we had to do, and we did.”
It remains to be seen whether the former Aston Villa boss will be deemed the right man to manage Leicester City next season.
Smith said: “Right now, that’s not a question. I’ll have to think it over. Right now it’s raw because we’ve been relegated.”