Opinion: England team let down by moronic minority

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Sure enough, it was. On a 15-minute walk to the bus stop, I saw a man attacked and left lying in the road, a teenage girl struck by a police horse galloping down the pavement and a man’s car window smashed as he sat in gridlocked traffic.

Outside of a tense, edgy 120 minutes on the pitch, this was the story of the day. Wembley Way, the long straight stretch of concrete that leads from the underground station to stadium was packed for hours before the game.

Storming the stadium

But rather than enjoy the strange sensation of a final, glass bottles, cans, rucksacks, fireworks, shoes and all sorts of other missiles filled the air. There was nothing nationalistic about any of this, this was England fans hurling stuff at each other. Later some were throwing punches at each other.

A number of fans stormed the stadium, according to multiple reports, and at several turnstiles around the ground fans tried to sneak in. London’s Metropolitan Police, who tweeted on Sunday that they had made 45 arrests, say a “small number” were successful in gaining entry without tickets but the stadium looked significantly fuller than it had on Wednesday against Denmark.

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