Tottenham Hotspur vs Vitesse Arnhem saw fans clash with the police at half-time
According to Football.London, the match between Tottenham Hotspur and Vitesse Arnhem was marred by the clash between away supporters and the police at the break. They were eventually escorted out of the stadium during half-time.
Spurs ended the game with three points as they beat Vitesse by 3-2 in the UEFA Europa Conference League. The win increased our chances of qualifying for the knockout rounds as we now hold second place with seven points from four matches.
Tottenham took an early 3-0 lead after goals from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura, and Jacob Rasmussen (own goal) saw them hold a firm control in the game. However, the visitors scored two in the first half to make the game much more interesting.
Cristian Romero was sent off early in the second half while the Vites saw two of their player get marching orders late in the game. However, the exciting match was ruined by the away fans causing a ruckus at their end.
They were said to have been removed during the break by the cops following an encounter between them. BT Sport pundit Jermaine Jenas has confirmed the matter at the half-time break.
“Unfortunately, there has been some crowd trouble in the away end throughout that first half. Clashes between fans and the police which saw a lot of fans removed from the stadium but thankfully, it is now calmed down.”
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Antonio Conte’s side will travel to Goodison Park as they take on Everton in the Premier League. They will be hoping to gain some momentum as the international break follows the league fixture, and look to improve upon their 9th-place standing in the table, with 15 points from ten matches.