FA DISMAYED BY MARSEILLE VIOLENCE WITH UEFA PROBE EXPECTED
The Football Association has expressed dismay after England's Euro 2016 opener against Russia in Marseille descended into violence.
Skirmishes between English supporters, their Russian counterparts and French riot police had overshadowed the build-up to the Group B fixture, before tensions worsened after the match which ended 1-1.
Russia supporters appeared to rush England fans inside the Stade Velodrome on Saturday, forcing helpless people to try and escape by any means they could while police were absent.
These latest scenes come off the back of news that two England fans are fighting for their lives following clashes before the game.