Police Scotland has introduced that 5 arrests have been made for ‘breaching the peace’ at Hampden Park on Tuesday night time as England took on Scotland. Tensions flared within the stands on the stadium and one Three Lions supporter is alleged to have required medical consideration after being struck by a bottle from a house fan sat within the stand above.
Regardless of being labelled as a ‘pleasant’, the a hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the rivalry between Scotland and England was removed from it. The Scotland supporters set the tone for the match earlier than kick-off after they tried to drown out ‘God Save The King’ with boos.
Additionally they made their emotions clear within the early levels of the match when heckling the England stars as they tried to settle into the sport whereas in possession.
Supporters are additionally mentioned to have clashed within the stands at Hampden Park, with some followers overstepping the mark with their conduct. 5 arrests have been made on the match, with 4 males and one feminine eliminated by police, although it stays unclear as as to whether these supporters have been Scottish or English.
A Police Scotland spokesperson mentioned: “There have been 5 arrests on the match final night time. 4 males aged 22, 23, 26 and 51, and a 30-year-old girl. All associated to the breach of peace.”
The information comes after the Daily Mail reported that bottles have been thrown into the England away finish throughout the match from the Scotland supporters sitting within the tier above them. One fan is alleged to have been hit within the head by one of many bottles dropped from a peak and required medical therapy within the stands.
Clashes between the 2 units of supporters haven’t been uncommon in years passed by given the extraordinary rivalry between the nations. There have been additionally issues between the followers after they met at Wembley again in 2016.