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CHELSEA flop Michy Batshuayi attempted a “spinning high kick” on a fan after hundreds invaded the pitch to assault his Fenerbahce teammates.

The chaotic scenes came at the end of the Turkish side’s dramatic 3-2 win at rivals Trabzonspor.

Two goals from ex-Manchester United ace Fred put Fenerbahce ahead.

Trabzonspor fired back to level the game by the 78th minute.

But with just moments left on the clock, Batshuayi netted a winner for the visitors to keep them two points behind Super Lig leaders Galatasaray.

It sparked wild celebrations among the Fenerbahce players, who gathered in the centre circle at the full-time whistle for a jubilant group huddle.

However, the mood was spoiled when a Trabzonspor fan ran onto the pitch before confronting Batshuayi and Co.

The invader was then chased down by security, but this only inflamed the already-angry home crowd.

Suddenly, numerous fans burst onto the field before charging the Fenerbahce players.

Some of the ugly scenes were caught on camera as security tried forming a ring around the visitors while ushering them towards the tunnel.

However, clashes broke out all over the pitch, and one video captured the moment Batshuayi unleashed a “spinning high kick” at one onrushing Trabzonspor fan.

The former Chelsea man, who moved to London in 2016 before completing a transfer to Fenerbahce 18 months ago, appeared to miss with his attempt.

However, ex-QPR and Blackpool ace Bright Osayi-Samuel appeared to take one pitch invader down to the floor being punching him after being confronted.

He was quickly ushered away by teammates as Fenerbahce headed for the exit.

Incredibly, there were clashes in the stands too between their board members and Trabzonspor fans.

A Fenerbahce chief was seen hurling cups and other items at home supporters, one of who appeared to be hit.

Fans reacted to the chaos online, with one saying: “What the hell is happening there.”

Another declared: “Crazy scenes.” — Sun.

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