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This is the moment English and Scottish football fans clash after a chant of "we f****** hate Scotland".
The brawl broke out before the two national teams drew a 0-0 stalemate at Wembley on Friday evening in the Euro 2020 championships.
The clip shows Scotland fans respond to the taunting with more swearing before a fight breaks out, Edinburgh Live reports.
Men from both sides can be seen throwing punches and drinks at each other with one football fan being shoved up against a taxi and another falling to the ground.
A man wearing a kilt can be seen trying to break up the fight and shouting “hawl that’s enough.”
'We hate Scots chant' results in huge brawl between Scotland and England fans A street fight broke out between Scotland and England fans ahead of the big game tonight.
(Image: @The street fight broke out in London)
At least 20,000 Scots travelled to the English capital for Friday’s game with their Group D rivals.
Eighteen arrests were made by Met officers poling the match.
The majority of arrests were made in central London and around Wembley Stadium, the force said.
It is not believed anyone involved in the filmed altercation was among those arrested.
A spokesman for the Met Police told PA: “As a result of the policing operation today in relation to the football, 18 people have been arrested so far by officers. All of those arrested were male.
“Arrests were mainly in central London and in the vicinity of Wembley Stadium.
“Offences included violence and disorder, possession of drugs, possession of an offensive weapon (knuckle duster), racial aggravation, drunk and disorderly and assault of a police officer, who suffered minor injuries.”