Ajax thug arrested for pulling knife on brothel doorman after Real Madrid win

A man believed to a member of an Ajax football hooligan gang was arrested on Tuesday night following a knife attack on a brothel bouncer in Madrid.

The altercation allegedly took place in the Tetuan area of the Spanish capital following Ajax ’s historic 4-1 Champions League victory over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu stadium.

More than 500 police officers were deployed to control the 4,500 Ajax fans that had descended on the Spanish capital for the second leg clash between the dutch side and 13-time European winners Real Madrid.

According to local media reports, the unnamed man was associated with the Amsterdam Casuals mob, one of the club’s most notorious supporter gangs.

A police spokesperson said: “He tried to enter a brothel and pulled out a knife, he attacked the doorman.

“The doorman was not injured in the incident and did not need to be attended to by paramedics.”

Police were seen separating fans from both sides outside the Bernabeu

It is claimed that the attacker ran off on foot as the doorman attempted to call the police.

The assailant was arrested shortly afterwards, with police confirming he had a blade on him at the time.

He was also wearing stickers with the Amsterdam Casuals hooligan group name at the time of his arrest.

While it is unclear if the man has been charged, he remains in judicial custody and his fate will be decided by a judge.

Ajax’s shock victory saw Real Madrid knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday night

Real goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois conceded four goals during the clash against Ajax

The scintillating victory saw Ajax become the first team to overturn a 2-1 first-leg home defeat in the Champions League.

Real’s shock exit from the Champions League has left fans reeling, with many placing a question mark on manager Santiago Solari’s future, who took the job less than 120 days ago.

The former Real midfielder replaced Julen Lopetegui as manager, signing a contract until 2021.

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