Riot police forced to intervene between England and Lithuania football fans
Published 12/10/2015 | 20:27
Riot police have forced to intervene between England and Lithuania football supporters in tonight’s European qualifier in Vilnius.
Roy Hodgson’s side are hoping to make it 10 wins from 10 in the Group E fixture at the LFF Stadium and first-half goals from Ross Barkley and an own goal have put the visitors in the driving seat.
However the game has been marred by unrest in the stands with factions of both supporters clashing with riot police called to separate both groups in the stands.
riot police have gone into the crowd to break up a few scuffles involving ,locals and England fans who have travelled independently of FA— Glenn Moore (@GlennMoore7) October 12, 2015
Riot police now separate both sets of fans after fighting broke out in England game. pic.twitter.com/Z4LBwh3Rt9— Awaydays (@FootballDaysOut) October 12, 2015
Barkley puts England 1-0 up from 20 yards, locals react badly to England fans celebratory taunts, riot cops react by spraying Lithuanians— Glenn Moore (@GlennMoore7) October 12, 2015