This is the shocking moment a thug punches Phil Foden’s mother in a furious fight with fire extinguishers after Amir Khan’s boxing match on Saturday.
Claire Foden is seen clashing with a group of men after one of them called her son a Man City ace a ‘c***’ in the shock video that emerged overnight. the following day.
Claire, 41, reacted after one of the men allegedly called her son a ‘c***‘
The €120,000-a-week midfielder steps in later and tries to fend off the yobs — while another man is seen snatching a fire extinguisher and using it as a weapon.
The video, which has been widely shared on social media and filmed in a hallway at Manchester’s AO Arena, begins with a seething Foden, 21, spinning as he appears to be pushed after City’s 3–2 loss against Spurs earlier today.
21-year-old girlfriend Rebecca Cooke turns around and yells, “Who you calling ac***?”
The pair then enter a private room in the arena after Khan’s bloody defeat to Kell Brook.
Foden’s mother, Claire, is then seen coming out and asks the group, “Well, who’s calling her?”
One of the men replies, “No one.
Claire says, “Okay, then fuck off.”
She appears to push a man in a black jacket, forcing him back several steps, before the assailant intervenes and kicks him.
It’s unclear if the shot connects, but the 41-year-old steps back and a man wearing a black baseball cap steps in and punches in her defense.
Rebecca can be heard shouting, “Claire”.
Claire then punches two men, repeatedly punching a blond young man in the face. He makes no attempt to counterattack.
Just then a fight breaks out, with about seven people fighting in the hallway.
The man in the baseball cap grabs a fire extinguisher from the wall, rushing towards the blond man.
It appears to hit him in the back of the head as he walks away.
The hat brawler then lunges with the device two more times before the clip ends abruptly.
England ace Foden, who wears a blue hoodie and jeans, is seen briefly as he tries to defend his mother.
He no longer plays any part in combat and does not throw punches.
Greater Manchester Police have not been contacted about the scrap metal.
Man City bosses have issued a statement telling of their ‘shock’ — and say they will support Foden and his family.
“The club are aware of a video that has circulated on social media showing Phil Foden and his family being harassed and abused,” officials said.
“We are shocked and appalled by the nature of the abuse and subsequent assault on one of Phil’s family members.
“We will continue to give Phil and his family all the support and assistance they need.”