Drivers in Newcastle were left bemused as students stopped traffic for 10 minutes to sing about Yaya Toure.
On a night out after England qualified for the World Cup, plenty of youngsters spilled on to the streets at 3am to sing Manchester City’s famous chant about Yaya and his brother Kolo.
It left taxi drivers furiously beeping their horns as dozens of drinkers enjoyed themselves.
Chanting: A huge group of Newcastle students stopped traffic as they sang about Yaya Toure in the street
The Manchester club sing the chant to the tune of 2 Unlimited’s smash hit, ‘No Limit’, which topped the UK charts in 1993.
It’s not just City who chant to the song released by the Dutch group twenty years ago – Everton and Liverpool have their own versions of the song too.
The Blue half of Merseyside sing about defender Tony Hibbert to the tune of ‘No Limit’ while the red half used to chant the song about their former midfielder Momo Sissoko.
City fan Joe Friar, 20, told the Manchester Evening News: ‘One of my flatmates is a Chelsea fan and he loves the Yaya/Kolo Toure chant and the actions after seeing me do it.
‘We came out of a club and he started doing it in the middle of the road for some reason.
‘I’d had a few so I joined in, being a Blue, and then loads of other people who were coming out of clubs started doing it as well and it seemed to catch on. It’s pretty easy to pick up.
‘It ended up going on for about 10 minutes – it was bizarre.’
Toure himself tweeted the video and said: ‘Thank you for the dedication from Newcastle lol! It will take me to get to the kolo dance yaya.’
Toure Brothers: The pair played together at Man City before Kolo switched to Liverpool during the summer