England and Germany fans clashed after yesterday’s Euro 2024 quarter-final

Disorder marred the Euro 2024 atmosphere in Dusseldorf, Germany, following the host nation’s elimination from the tournament via a defeat to Spain in extra time.

Reports of Provocation: Media sources, including the Daily Mail, reported English supporters engaging in taunts directed towards German fans after the match. These taunts reportedly included historical references, which some perceived as inflammatory.

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Limited Scuffle: A brief physical altercation ensued, involving approximately 20 individuals from both sides. Witness accounts mention thrown objects such as glasses and beer before law enforcement intervened. The police swiftly cordoned off the area near the Steak-Haus bar, effectively containing the situation.

England’s Prior Conduct: It is important to note that this incident represents an isolated event for England fans throughout the competition. Prior to this, their behavior had been commendable.

Maintaining Order: While emotions run high during international sporting events, especially following a close defeat, the prompt response by law enforcement officials prevented the altercation from escalating further.

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