Rival soccer fans clashed in southern Colombia, leaving 11 people injured and 135 detained.
Fans from rivals Deportivo Cali and America fought despite agreeing to a peace pact prior to Wednesday’s game.
Police reported that one officer lost a finger in the fighting.
The violence comes just days after one man was shot dead, and four were hospitalized after a match between Medellin-based teams Atletico Nacional and Independiente Medellin.
Colombian police reported the detention of 350 people and the confiscation of 450 weapons after Sunday night’s game.