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England Fans Injured In Ukraine After 30 Fans Attack Them With Knives [VIDEO]: Daily Soccer Report

ukraine england hooliganism England Fans Injured In Ukraine After 30 Fans Attack Them With Knives [VIDEO]: Daily Soccer Report

England fans were injured in Kiev, Ukraine last night after 30 hooded Ukrainians attacked them with knives ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup qualifier between the two countries.

After the attack happened, the 30 Ukrainians fled, but no one has been arrested.

Three England football supporters were taken to hospital — one with a stab wound, one with a head injury and a third with severe bruising.

Here’s amateur video footage of one of the supporters who was wounded on the pavement.

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