Tommy Robinson was filmed as he hit an English fan on the ground when he attended last night's match against Portugal in Portugal.
The founder and former leader of EDL saw a camouflage jacket in front of Estádio D. Afonso Henriques in Guimarães before the game.
As Robinson and members of his entourage walk around the floor, fans come closer to ask for photos before suddenly lashing out at one of them.
Video seems to make Robinson scream & # 39; who said & # 39; against a group of men who walked in front of him before the punch was thrown.
Tommy Robinson was caught on a film that hit an English fan in the face outside the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques in Portugal, prior to the England game against the Netherlands
While one of the groups turns around, Robinson slaps him in the face and sends him to the ground while friends go in to protect him.
In the aftermath of the punch, Robinson – real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – quietly walks away while a man's voice is heard: & # 39; You're being knocked out again, brutally.
Other supporters can be heard shouting: & # 39; Continue, Tommy boy. & # 39;
It is not clear what happened after the video ended, or whether Robinson had entered the stadium.
England lost the game after a 3-1 extension and retired them from the Nations League tournament.
Robinson had uploaded a video of himself to social media with the same jacket and said he was in Portugal to watch the game before the game started.
The EDL founder and former leader walked with fans when someone apparently made a comment to him, which led him to
Robinson recorded a video of himself before the match with the same jacket and said: & I am in Portugal and will play the game. No football prohibition order here size & # 39;
In it he winks at the camera and says: & I am in Portugal and am going to play the game. No football prohibition to order here. & # 39;
The note is a reference to the banning assignment he was given in 2016 for waving a flag with & # 39; f *** ISIS & # 39; during a Euros match.
The Bedfordshire police gave him a ban on the football ban on his return to the UK and said he hated Muslims.
Robinson was also convicted of football vandalism and led 100 Luton Town fans in a clash with 100 Newport County supporters in 2010.
He shouted & # 39; EDL til I who & # 39; while fans are encouraged to fight.
Fans in Porto heard the name of Robinson singing prior to the first Nations League match between Portugal and Switzerland on Wednesday.
Around 500 gathered outside Ryan's Irish bar in Porto early on Wednesday and forced the owner to close after groups sang loud football songs for his bar for the second consecutive night.
Fans in Porto for the Wednesday-evening match between Portugal and Switzerland were heard reciting Robinson's name
Police were brought in to gather around 500 fans outside of Ryan & # 39; s Irish bar on the Porto waterfront while chanting: & # 39; No surrender to the IRA & # 39; and & # 39; Tommy Robinson – he is one of ours & # 39;
Some urinated in side streets and the police called in teams of street caretakers to clean up piles of bottles and broken glass when the rain came down and forced the supporters to disperse.
They sang & # 39; No surrender to the IRA & # 39; and & # 39; Tommy Robinson – he is one of ours & # 39 ;, as the Portuguese police enclosed them in a small area to help them.
Robinson also has a history of fighting at sports events other than football – and was caught on video calls at Ascot in 2017.
The extreme right-wing activist claimed that he acted in self-defense after being attacked, but witnesses said Robinson had given the first blow.
The video appeared on Twitter a few weeks after Robinson was humiliated in the European elections when he ran as a candidate in the northwest.
When he was independent, Robinson lost his £ 5,000 deposit after not winning enough votes.
Tommy Robinson arrives in his county in Manchester last night. He failed in his attempt to become an MEP for the North West of England
In total, he received 38,908 votes, or 2.2 percent of the total votes cast. He also ended behind UKIP, the party he advises.
The extreme right-wing agitator – who was approached twice by milkshake-throwing protesters during his controversial campaign – accused the banishment of Facebook and Instagram for his loss.
Before leaving the Manchester Central location, he told his followers about the Telegram private message app: & # 39; Disappointed to say the least. They (the voices) are not present, but they are in … at the same time what do you expect?
"Because of the votes we are certainly not allowed to be an MEP, but I especially want to thank everyone who has supported."
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