Russian supporters bypassed lax security to charge at their English counterparts at the final whistle, with violent clashes spilling over into the streets of Marseille before and after the match.
A “disgusted” Uefa has begun disciplinary procedures against Russia for the behaviour of their fans, which also included “racist behaviour”, setting off fireworks and firing a flare gun at England supporters.
While apparently not the aggressors in the stadium itself, there were plenty of England fans jokes as videos of bad behaviour circulated the internet:
A disappointing result for England, and a disastrous result for French plastic chairs.
— Toby Fair (@TopTopPundit) June 11, 2016
Can I vote for the people who start fights over football to leave England ?
— HUX XL (@Huxley_Music) June 12, 2016
wonder how many of those England fans chanting about leaving the EU are now getting free medical treatment with their EHIC?
— Sarah (@sarahluv81) June 11, 2016
The problem here is the Russians think England are still organised super casuals when in fact we've evolved to horse punching and jacamo
— Glenn Kitson (@Glenn_Kitson) June 11, 2016
You'd think England fans would stop singing about winning wars considering they can't even win a fight with a six piece garden furniture set
— Compo (@_Compo) June 11, 2016
Be arsed being an England fan in that stadium mate, getting roundhoused so heavily by Vladimir you'd wake up in Euro 2004
— campbell (@acampbell68) June 11, 2016
England fans if you don't want to end up on TV whilst rioting why not wear a T-shirt that says pic.twitter.com/ziUIOmklCJ
— Joe Snow (@Duke_Of_Joe) June 11, 2016
If England were sponsored by Supermalt none of these problems would happen
— #BWIGM (@JamzLdn) June 11, 2016
Every eye witness claims that England fans were attacked last night.
Twitter would rather believe Barry tweeting from his lounge in Sidcup.
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) June 12, 2016
England fans involved in yet more ugly scenes. This time involving bumbags. pic.twitter.com/1YtaBlIBam
— JOE.co.uk (@JOE_co_uk) June 11, 2016
England football fans protest against body-shaming. pic.twitter.com/3us5dmfIPm
— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) June 11, 2016
Kick off delayed as England fans make their way to the game from 1983
— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) June 11, 2016
Whoever them Millwall fans were sitting in the Russia end deserve a free season ticket! That's unreal!
— Mickey (@Mickeydills6) June 12, 2016
— bmaca77 (@bmaca77efc) June 11, 2016