Former West Ham United midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker had quite a weekend as he was slapped during an MLS game while playing for Chivas.
Reo-Coker always had a temperamental side during his days at West Ham and that flared up again as he got involved in a confrontation with FC Toronto star Jackson.
Jackson slide in late on the former Hammer who reacted furiously to the challenge, which sparked a frenzy as the duo tussled and were immediately surrounded by teammates and the match official.
Reo-Coker has been playing in North America since he left Ipswich Town in February 2013 when he joined Vancouver, enduring a difficult spell before a move to Chivas this year.
As the referee appeared to be dealing with the matter, Reo-Coker pushed Jackson away which prompted a slap from the Toronto star right in front of the official.
They both received red cards for the incident which is at the very beginning of the following video.