Dozens of England supporters have been arrested in Amsterdam after violent altercations with police ahead of the Three Lions' global friendly with the Netherlands on Friday.
Dutch police confirmed that one hundred England fans were arrested.
Footage of England fans throwing beer over tourists and tossing bicycles into into canals were widely shared on social media on Friday, with the mood turning dark ahead of kick-off as violent clashes with police were captured on film.
On Thursday 25 arrests were made after beer bottles were thrown at police, and the problems have been centered on the Red Light District, with police telling De Telegraaf it's been calm elsewhere.
Sky Sports reported that nearly 30 fans had been held behind bars overnight for drunken behavior in the Netherlands' capital as the Three Lions prepare to take on Ronald Koeman's Oranje side at the Amsterdam Arena.
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Jesse Lingard's first worldwide goal secured the Three Lions a fully-deserved 1-0 win in Friday's World Cup warm-up friendly, but on-field success came with the cloud of off-field issues in Amsterdam.
"The rest, that's the first I've heard just outside before", said Southgate.
A police spokesman said the arrests were mainly for "disturbing the peace".
'When we arrested that group it became quiet in the red light district.
"Anything else that takes away from that performance for them would be a great shame".
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Riot police were set to remain in Amsterdam to ensure there was no trouble following the match.
A total of 27 members were suspended for their behaviour in Dortmund.
"It's like they want England to push them back to make us look bad", he said.
"As ever, the FA will work in partnership with the UK Football Policing Unit to help identify those involved and we will sanction any England Supporters Travel Club member found to be responsible for disorder".
"They attacked us for no reason".
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