Liam Gallagher in confrontation with Spanish police during Man City's defeat to Real Madrid

Singer was in the Spanish capital to watch his beloved team lose to Los Blancos

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Former Oasis man Liam Gallagher was reportedly given a dressing down by Spanish police after he got too vocal while watching his beloved Manchester City's 3-2 defeat to Real Madrid last night.

According to The Sun, Gallagher was grabbed by a policeman and told off after his team went 2-1 up. They went on to concede two late goals and lose 3-2.

A source told the tabloid about the incident: "Liam got ticked off. He was so hacked off when Madrid got back in the game he left with pals before the end."

Earlier this month (September 5), Gallagher presented Olympic Gold Medal winner and famous mod Bradley Wiggins with the Lifetime Achievement prize at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.

Speaking to the Daily Star at the event's afterparty, Gallagher branded Russell Brand a "dick", Prince Harry "cool" and Geri Halliwell "all-right".

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