Sunday night was a dark, dark day for England.
The country crashed out of Euro 2020 after losing on penalties to Italy in the final.
Unsurprisingly, fans up and down the country weren’t best pleased when England lost, but some were more forward with their frustrations than others.
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A total of 86 people were arrested and 19 officers injured as police struggled to control violence in the capital.
But one video seems to be particularly harrowing.
A video circulating on Twitter shows a nasty brawl at the Italian restaurant, Capeesh, in the Isle of Dogs.
Screams can be heard echoing around the restaurant as a security guard hopelessly tries to restore order.
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Around half way through the clip, a woman can be seen hurling a table at someone’s head.
Dozens of men and women appear to be involved, with one man on the receiving end of several punches to the head.
Capeesh restaurant from the outside
Some of those involved are wearing England flags and hats. social distancing appears impossible as restaurant staff and security try to calm things down.
One man even throws a glass in the direction of a woman’s head.
Tables, plates and glasses can be heard smashing as the video ends.
Police officers patrol along a rubbish-laden street in Leicester Square the day after the Euro 2020 final
(Image: HGL/Getty Images)
According to police the fight occurred after the Euro 2020 final.
In a statement the Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called to a restaurant in Peninsula Square, Isle of Dogs at 10.55pm on Sunday, July 11 to reports of a large group of people fighting.
“Officers attended and broke up the fight. One man was arrested on suspicion of affray.
“He was taken to hospital to be treated for a minor injury before being taken into custody and then released under investigation.
Police and fans near Piccadilly Circus in Central London
Luke Shaw fired England into a dream lead inside 117 seconds but Roberto Mancini’s men grew into Sunday’s final, with Leonardo Bonucci levelling to take the match to extra-time.
It ended 1-1 under the arch as the match went to spot-kicks but it ended in penalty heartbreak for Gareth Southgate’s side.
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