By Michael Benson
11th October 2019,
Several England fans were arrested by Czech police as a result of ugly scenes caught on video in Prague on Friday night.
The Three Lions are currently in the city with travelling support for their Euro 2020 qualifier against the Czech Republic.
However, some fans did not make it to the match as they were involved in violent clashes hours earlier.
A recorded warning was broadcast in English before the officers advanced on the fans in small square in the city’s Old Town.
It’s been claimed by a Czech police officer to the Mail that bottles were thrown towards them, to which armed officers in riot gear responded with stun grenades.
An official tweet confirmed: “Police intervene in the centre of Prague in two restaurants against football hooligans. Several persons were detained.”
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