Betis ultras pose with stolen England flags
The 'United Family' Real Betis ultra group posted a series of photos with stolen England flags after the Nations League game in Seville.
The fallout continues after England's visit to Seville where on Monday Gareth Southgate's side recorded an impressive over Spain win in the inaugural UEFA Nations League competition.
Following reports of trouble and unsavoury chanting recorded by elements of the travelling English supporters on the night preceding the game, yesterday a faction of the Real Betis ultra group "United Family" posted a series of photos of stolen England flags in the, now traditional upside down "trophy" mode.
The stealing of rival groups banners and flags with the subsequent upside down photograph was a phenomenon common initially in Eastern European ultras groups with the humiliation of having the group banner stolen leading to the disbanding of the group in question.
Despite reports of trouble between some England fans and the Spanish riot police, there were no reports of clashes between rival supporters.