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Two policemen were injured in London after England's victory over Ukraine

In London, fans staged riots after the victory of the English national team over Ukraine in the match of the 1/4 final of Euro 2020, Sky Sports reports.

It is noted that two police officers were injured during the riots. In total, nine people were detained after the victory of the England national team in London.

The English national team took first place in Group D after two victories with a minimum score of 1: 0 in the matches with the Czech Republic and Croatia, as well as a zero draw with Scotland. In the first match of the playoffs, England beat Germany (2: 0).

The Ukrainians took third place in their quartet C. Andrey Shevchenko's wards lost to the Netherlands (2: 3) and Austria (0: 1) and were stronger than Northern Macedonia (2: 1). In 1/8, Ukraine was stronger than Sweden in extra time (2: 1).

European Championship-2020. 1/4 finals.

Ukraine — England-0: 4
Goals: 0: 1-Harry Kane (4), 0: 2-Harry Maguire (46), 0: 3-Harry Kane (50), 0: 4 — Jordan Henderson (63).

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