- England fans cause havoc during trip to Amsterdam to watch their country.
- Claims on Twitter claim that Chelsea fans were involved in the disruption.
- Report claims that over 100 England fans were arrested during the trip.
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England fans caused havoc during their trip to Amsterdam – and some believe that members of the Chelsea faithful are partly responsible.
The England national team defeated Netherlands 1-0 in an international friendly on Friday evening thanks to a second-half strike from Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard.
5,234 Three Lions supporters made the short trip to the Dutch capital to watch the game, with many being accused of causing havoc both on the streets and in the canals.
The below footage was shared on Twitter of England fans chucking beer over helpless locals riding their canal boat under a bridge.
The BBC reported that over 100 England fans were arrested in connection with the chaos they caused during their trip to Amsterdam.
There were claims on Twitter that Chelsea fans were among those responsible for the disruption.
look what them england mongs have done to Amsterdam and you still get mongs who support chelsea saying “DUTCH POLICE ATTACK US FOR NO REASON”
— SK (@StephenBN75) 23 March 2018
Fucking chavs in Amsterdam. ‘English fans’ is basically Chelsea and Westham fans getting on.
— George (@GeorgeEarley) 23 March 2018
Though we can safely assume that supporters of the Premier League champions were highly likely to be involved, there is no definitive evidence to suggest as such.