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Shocking video shows England and Wales fans fighting each other in the streets of Tenerife

Nasir Jabbar

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Shocking video shows England and Wales fans fighting each other in the streets of Tenerife

A shocking video shows England and Wales fans fighting each other in the streets of Tenerife.

England and Wales meet next Tuesday at the World Cup in the last round of matches of Group B.

The Three Lions were held to a goalless draw against USA while Wales suffered a shock defeat to Iran on Friday.

They face off against each other at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium as both teams look to secure a spot in the next round of the tournament.

And ahead of their showdown, England and Wales fans have been filmed fighting each other in Tenerife.

A video shows multiple clashes in the streets in disgraceful scenes.

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After opening their campaign with a big 6-2 win over Iran, England failed to impress against USA, drawing 0-0.

There were some boos at the final whistle as Gareth Southgate addressed the fan reaction inside the Al Bayt Stadium.

Speaking after the game, he said: "Were we booed off though? I’m not sure if that was aimed at us. I don’t know. Personally, I’m pleased with the application of the players. To come off the high of the performance of the other day and find that same energy and quality was always going to be a challenge."

Raheem Sterling and Tyler Adams battle for the ball. Image: Alamy
Raheem Sterling and Tyler Adams battle for the ball. Image: Alamy

He added: "Of course, I want our fans to go home happy and our fans at home to have a smile on their faces. We haven’t quite managed to achieve that today. But people are going to react how they react.

"We have to stay calm in these moments. We’ve been through tournaments before. We had a unique thing getting through the last two in two games. This is the tournament of external noise and we’ll add another layer to that, I’m sure.

"The players were very down and disappointed afterwards, but I told them that’s not how it’s going to be. I thought they showed another side and that’s going to be important going forward."

Wales, meanwhile, need a victory against England and hope Iran and USA draw against each other if they want to progress to the knockout stage.

Featured Image Credit: via Twitter

Nasir Jabbar
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