The fight broke out outside the Kingsway Hotel in Mackworth, Derbyshire, police say (Image: Google)
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Two men suffered stab wounds in a large brawl outside a pub following England's Euro 2020 penalty loss to Italy.
Police were called to the Kingsway Hotel in Mackworth, Derbyshire, at around 11pm on Sunday after reports of a fight.
Several marked cars and vans could be seen outside the drinking spot around an hour after the Three Lions' heartbreaking loss.
Two men suffered stab wounds during the large disorder, reports DerbyshireLive.
Both were taken to hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening or life-changing, Derbyshire Police said.
The force said: "Officers were called to reports of a large disorder at 11pm at the Kingsway Hotel, Brackensdale Avenue, Mackworth, yesterday (July 11).
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Police are investigating the incident
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"Reports from those at the scene state that a fight between a large number of people broke out outside the pub and two men received stab wounds during the disorder.
"They were both taken to hospital where they received treatment for injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening or changing.
"The investigation into the incident is in its early stages and officers are keen to speak to anyone with information or footage of the incident."
Anyone who can help with enquiries is asked to contact Derbyshire police by calling 101, quoting reference 21*387852 in any correspondence.
The tournament final, which was held at Wembley Stadium in London, was also marred by violent scenes.
The Metropolitan Police announced on Monday a total of 86 people were arrested during and after the match.
Offences ranged from public order offences to actual bodily harm (ABH), drunk and disorderly behaviour and criminal damage, the force added.
Some 53 of the arrests were at the stadium, where supporters clashed with each other and officials, breached security cordons and charged into the perimeter area before the start of the match, which Italy won on penalties.
Scotland Yard said 19 officers also received injuries.
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