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England Fans Injured In Ukraine Knife Attack
A gang of 30 hooded Ukrainians armed with knives target England supporters in a Kiev coffee shop attack.
A group of England football fans has been attacked in Kiev ahead of the World Cup qualifier with Ukraine, according to local media.
Around 30 hooded Ukrainians armed with knives brawled with England supporters in a coffee shop, the Komsomolskaya Pravda reported.
The attackers then fled, and no one has been arrested.
Three of the England fans were taken to hospital – one with a stab wound, one with a head injury and a third with severe bruising.
It is understood all three have been released from hospital and have decided not to help the police with their investigation.
Amateur video showed one of the injured men lying on the pavement with other people attending to him while police and ambulances arrived.
The Foreign Office said: “We are aware of incidents in Kiev involving British nationals. We are providing consular assistance.”
Three England fans were taken to hospital
England will take on their Ukrainian opponents in Kiev’s Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night.
A win for England would move them to within touching distance of a place in next summer’s finals in Brazil.
The British police delegation in Kiev for the match warned fans to be cautious in the city before and after the game.
Rachel Barber, head of the UK police delegation, said: “We are aware of what happened … and we will be going round most of the major bars, including this particular one, to make sure there are no problems.
“We would urge supporters to enjoy themselves but to do so without upsetting anybody.
“I am pleased to say that currently the atmosphere in the town is good, so in that sense what happened last night was out of the blue.
“Sometimes there can be an element of bravado on social media and you can never legislate for something happening, but hopefully the England fans will just have a good time in what is a fantastic city.”
England captain Steven Gerrard defends 0-0 draw against Ukraine, saying: at least our fate is in our own hands
Captain Steven Gerrard felt it was a case of mission accomplished as England kept World Cup qualification in their own hands with a goalless draw in Ukraine.
The point left Roy Hodgson’s men a point clear of both Ukraine and Montenegro at the top of Group H with home games against the Montenegrins and Poland still to come.
However, it also brought stinging criticism from former England star Gary Lineker, who described the performance as “awful”.
The Match of the Day presenter wrote on Twitter: “Awful. What happens to some of these players when they pull on an England shirt?”
That message was later deleted, but Lineker also added: “When you see England pass it like they’ve never been introduced to each other, it does make you wonder why [Michael] Carrick doesn’t feature.”
Roy Hodgson was forced to mount a staunch defence of his England team and tactics after Lineker’s remarks, and Gerrard has also jumped to the defence of his team’s display.
“I don’t think it was a top-class performance,” Gerrard admitted. “But defensively we were solid and the result never looked in doubt.
“Before the game the challenge from the manager was let’s keep it in our hands, let’s make the two final games at Wembley – if we win them then we’re through.”
He added: “We’d like to create more. But sometimes if you’re too risky at places like this you can get undone at the back.
“It’s important to be defensively right first and foremost.”
England have yet to beat any of their direct competitors, their four wins in the group having come against San Marino and Moldova.
But Gerrard said: “We’ve got a better chance of doing that at Wembley. Going away from home to places like this is very difficult. They’re a good side.
“We always knew Ukraine were going to push us all the way. That seems to be the case. It looks like we’re going to have to do it the hard way.”
Gerrard feels England can be happier than Ukraine with the result.
“I think they’ll be disappointed because they know we’re capable of winning our two home games,” he said.
“Hopefully we’ll get a few people back fit which will give us a bit more cutting edge going forward. We’re capable of getting this job done.”
Hodgson conceded it was a fair result and that his side had hardly set pulses racing.
“I don’t think we were that adventurous,” he said. “But it was for them to be adventurous, not us.
“Perhaps we didn’t have quite the quality we needed [up front].
“[But] had we thrown caution to the wind and come away with a 0-1, I don’t think we’d have got any thanks for that.”
(The Telegraph )
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