England Supporters Throw Drinks on Random Boat Full of People in Amsterdam

QuizQuiz! Can you name the line-ups from when England beat the Netherlands at Euro 96

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The National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) said the arrest of 100 England fans in the Dutch capital on Friday was the most for a single game in "several years" and part of a "worrying trend".

And being in Amsterdam is a pretty cool away day for supporters given how exciting the Dutch capital is.

Nearly 60 supporters were detained by riot police in the red light district of the city.

Amsterdam Police said "mostly drunken" fans had thrown beer bottles towards officers and a mobile unit was deployed as "unrest by the English supporters grew larger in the city centre".

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England manager Gareth Southgate was disappointed to hear about fan trouble after a positive night for his team and made it clear that he found the booing of Holland's national anthem unacceptable. England won the match 1-0 thanks to a second-half strike from Jesse Lingard. "The last 8 are still being questioned, mainly for violence against police officers", the Amsterdam police said in a tweet.

"The rest, that's the first I've heard just outside before", said Southgate.

There were 27 members suspended in total for their behaviour in Dortmund, with a further six given written warnings while there remains one case pending.

It was England's last scheduled away match before they travel to Russian Federation for this year's World Cup, with a well-deserved win against a Dutch side who will be one of the major absentees from the tournament.

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In a statement released on Twitter, the FA confirmed they will work alongside the UK Football Policing Unit in an attempt to identify those involved.

Now, footage has emerged of England fans singing "There'll be no Fenian bastards in Moscow", a reference to the Republic of Ireland's failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Josh Mahoney, 23, is in Amsterdam with family for his first England game and told the Press Association following the news of Thursday's arrests that the police were "very heavy-handed".

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