A week after Roma and Sevilla's toxic clash in Budapest came an even uglier spectacle in Prague, with West Ham beating Fiorentina in a Europa Conference League final completely overshadowed by the shocking behaviour of both clubs' fans.
There were arrests before the game, while Cristiano Biraghi was left bloodied during it, after being hit by a plastic beer cup thrown from the West Ham end. Just like last Wednesday's Europa League final, the fallout from this final will not be pretty.
At least the game in Hungary had produced the right victor, with the far more attack-minded Sevilla prevailing on penalties. In Czech Republic, West Ham came out on top despite being outplayed for the majority of the game.
Ultimately, though, Fiorentina could only have themselves to blame for failing to seal the deal. The handball decision that went against Biraghi may have been harsh, but they should have gone on to win the match after deservedly drawing level through Giacomo Bonaventura.
As it was, they conceded a late winner to Jarrod Bowen, who sparked wild scenes of celebrations in front of the same supporters who had split Biraghi open during the first half.
GOAL runs through the winners and losers from another European final that left a bitter taste in the mouth...