Scottish supporters cleaned the streets of London covered with plastic waste and used bottles on Friday evening after a huge improvised party, which marked the reunion with England (0-0) in a major international competition.
The tartan army came out in large numbers on Friday to support Scotland against England (0-0). Almost incessant rain between Thursday night and the start of the long-awaited match did not dampen the enthusiasm of the supporters. It must be said that the two teams had not met in a major tournament since Euro 1996, marked by this famous goal from Paul Gascoigne, which sealed the 2–0 success. There were no goals on Friday, the show was elsewhere outside Wembley Stadium on the sidelines of the meeting.
a festive atmosphere that remains good-natured
If only 2,600 Scottish fans had managed to get the ticket, the number of tartan army soldiers was too many to animate the streets of the English capital, combined with the jerseys of three English lions. They were estimated to have been around 25,000 Scots to be relocated. Upon his arrival at St Pancras or King’s Cross station, he set the tone with a beautiful atmosphere and several songs in his honour. tartan team. Supporters then set up a fun mess in central London with lots of chants and beer.
During the meeting, the atmosphere in the festive atmosphere remained quite pleasant. All the more sympathetic as the crowd, described by police as “disturbed”, erased traces of its passage after the festivities. Scottish football fans help clear a pile of rubbish on the floor of central London ahead of an England game. Photos and videos were circulated of supporters taking part in the mass effort in Leicester Square wearing kilts, Scottish shirts and yellow “Rampant Lion” flags. fair play.
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