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Scotland and England fans clash in Magaluf after 2-2 draw

Date Posted,June 10, 2017

Scotland and England fans clashed in Magaluf as the international rivals shared the spoils in an eventful World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park.

Footage shows young men throwing chairs in the streets of the holiday resort outside a bar, with one person struck by a chair at the start of the clip.

He is attended to as brawls continue, while another man, wearing a Scotland flag around his waist, is also struck and appears to suffer a cut to his head.

The person fiming the video and other men retreat towards the end of the clip, loudly shouting: “Scotland! Scotland! Scotland!”

Violence breaks out in Magaluf (Photo: Twitter/Jack Harrower)
Revellers brawl in the street (Photo: Twitter/Jack Harrower)

On the pitch, England snatched a last-gasp point in Glasgow thanks to a stoppage-time volley from Harry Kane.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain had appeared to set the visitors on their way to three points when he opened the scoring with 20 minutes remaining, but two Leigh Griffiths free-kicks in the closing stages swung the pendulum to Scotland.

A man throws a chair in the street in Magaluf (Photo: Twitter/Jack Harrower)
A Scotland fan suffers a cut (Photo: Twitter/Jack Harrower)

However, skipper Kane was on hand to turn home Raheem Sterling’s cross in the dying seconds to maintain the Three Lions’ unbeaten record and provide heartbreak for the hosts.

England remain on course to comfortably qualify for the World Cup in Russia next year, while Scotland’s hopes are now hanging by a thread.

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