English fans take over and the Portuguese hotel is forced to escort guests for their own safety
England's fans forced a Portuguese hotel to escort guests through an alley full of peeing English for security reasons.
The Belgian laboratory worker Jan Aerts tweeted about the shocking treatment and also said that beer was thrown and shouted when he was taken from the hotel in Porto.
The supporters are in Porto for the Nations League, which England will see play against the Netherlands in the semi-final tonight.
After yesterday's confrontations between British fans and the Portuguese police, a 23-year-old and 26-year-old Englishman was arrested for assault and resistance to arrest.
The FA has noticed fans responsible for the problems & # 39; not real supporters of England & # 39; and a & # 39; shame for the team & # 39 ;.
England fans forced a Portuguese hotel to guide guests through an alley full of peeing English because of their safety concerns. Lab worker Jan Aerts tweeted about the shocking experience and also said that beer was being thrown
He also posted a photo of the fans on the square in Porto. They see drinking alcohol and dropping bottles of liquor nearby
Tweeting about the nauseating situation, Belgian Jan Aerts, who was in town for a conference, said: & # 39; This is ridiculous. English football fans took over the square in front of my hotel in Porto.
& # 39; I felt sorry for the hotel receptionist, because he had to lead me through a back door and an alley, shoulder to shoulder full of peeing Englishmen to get out.
& # 39; Thrown beer, shouting. & # 39;
He added in a second tweet: & # 39; Nice to walk on the boulders in beautiful Porto through a literal river of English p *** & # 39 ;.
He told MailOnline that the square & # 39; littered with bottles & # 39; was after the fans left.
He also posted a photo of a large crowd of football supporters drinking beer in the square, spilling alcohol and dumping bottles on the sidewalk.
The Portuguese police said two English fans were arrested after being overloaded by a fanatic attack in Porto.
England fans celebrate the UEFA Nations League semi-final against the Netherlands in Guimaraes, Portugal. There is no suggestion that these men were involved in the violence of last night. After posting the photo online, Aerts tweeted: & # 39; Nice to walk on the boulders in beautiful Porto through a literal river of English p *** & # 39;
England fans pose for a photo while drinking a quiet beer for tonight's game against the Netherlands. There is no suggestion that these men were involved in the violence last night
An English fan and a Dutch supporter put their arms over each other's shoulders and celebrate that they are in Guimaraes prior to tonight's Nations League game. There is no suggestion that these men were involved in the violence of last night
A third fan was also identified after violence broke out in Liberdade Square in the city center, just after 8 p.m. yesterday, but was not detained because their behavior was not criminal & # 39; used to be.
"He will not be brought to justice, but the information we have about him has been shared with the Metropolitan Police," said the Portuguese police.
The Met Police was also praised for assistance in identifying people who cause problems in the country through a well-placed Portuguese police source.
& # 39; The role of the Metropolitan Police has been very important in these days & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; They help us identify more dangerous groups so that we can keep a certain distance so that everyone can enjoy it.
& # 39; We remain unobtrusive in order to strengthen our response when there are indications that the situation could get out of hand.
& # 39; Our wish is that fans can enjoy a party experience and leave Portugal happy with what they have encountered. & # 39;
England fans clashed with the police and caused unrest in Porto on Wednesday night. A 23-year-old and 26-year-old Englishman was arrested after the commotion.
Fans of England have harshly noticed the reaction of the Portuguese police. The two are believed to have been hurt, with someone having a minor head injury
The problems allegedly started after a supporter from Portugal threw a drink in the air to celebrate Cristiano Ronaldo with Portugal 1-0 higher in the national final of the Nationals League against Switzerland, which led to retaliation against several drunken fans from England who bottles started to swing.
The police confirmed that they had acted after disturbances between fans from England and Portugal.
A PSP spokesperson said in the aftermath of an indictment of around 200 supporters from England: There was a fight between England's supporters and a few Portuguese, attacks were noticed and the PSP had to intervene.
& # 39; When the intervention took place, the English fans called in the police and two officers were injured. & # 39;
Last night's problems followed several minor incidents of antisocial behavior on Monday and Tuesday when thousands of English-speaking fans arrived in Porto for the Nations League semi-final in the nearby city of Guimaraes.
Schools have been forced to close early in the area and several bars have said they will limit drinking outside before fans descend to town.
The fight broke out after a Portuguese fan threw a drink in the air to celebrate Cristiano Ronaldo and set up his team 1-0 in the semi-final of the Nations League, which led to retribution of a drunken fan from England
The FA has noticed fans who are responsible for last night's problems & # 39; no real fans of England & # 39; and & # 39; a shame & # 39;
Some supporters from England have harshly noticed the police response and claim that the attack took place in response to a beer being thrown into the air.
Two England fans are said to be hurt, with one having a light head wound and another with a broken hand.
The agents who, according to the PSP spokesperson, have been attacked by the arrested supporters have suffered only minor injuries.
Hosts Portugal will compete in the final Sunday in Porto against England or the Netherlands.
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