Four arrested in Wembley Park as Euro 2020 festivities ignite
- Credit: PA
Police made four arrests in Wembley in relation to the football match that ignited the whole country.
A total of five people were arrested in total across London as England beat Germany in the Euro 2020 knockout game at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday (June 29).
In Wembley Park a 21-year old man was arrested for racially aggravated common assault against a steward, Scotland Yard said.
He was further arrested for breaching a banning order.
Two men were arrested for fraud by false representation and a 31-year-old man was arrested for common assault.
In central London a man, also 31, was arrested for drunk and disorderly behaviour.
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All were taken into custody at police stations in north London.
Some 45,000 fans descended on Wembley Park to watch England defeat Germany.
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