​A host of bans and fines have been handed out to players of Jeju United after an AFC Champions League game turned violent.

Asian football is usually associated with the Chinese Super League. Superstars like Hulk, Oscar and Carlos Tevez have made their way over to China in order to cash in on their careers - making as much money as they possibly can.

Urawa Red Diamonds v Jeju United FC - AFC Champions League Round Of 16

However, the Asian Champions League sees teams from allover the continent compete against each other to win the trophy, and May 31 watched Urawa Red Diamonds host Jeju United in the round of 16 second leg.

Trailing by two goals, Urawa had a lot to do when they hosted Jeju in the second part of the first knockout round.

Thankfully for the home side they managed just that. Taking a 2-0 lead into the final whistle, the two teams entered extra time all square, with the game potentially reaching penalties.

However, the hosts completed the comeback when they went 3-2 up on aggregate after 114 minutes. Now everyone knows how much of a bitter pill that would be to swallow for the Jeju players - we've all been there before.

But these guys well and truly threw their toys out of the pram, as you can see in the video below.

​​The violence started when Cho Yong-Hyung was handed his marching orders for pushing the referee - resulting in a six month ban and $20,000 fine according to Japan Today.

This sparked a mass brawl amongst the players, the club officials, and pretty much anyone who fancied it. Baek Dong-Gyu, an unused substitute flew in with an elbow on unsuspecting Urawa captain Yuki Abe - earning himself a three month ban.

And finally, Kweon Han-Jin landed a two match ban and $1000 fine for hitting an opponent in the face.

Absolute scenes.