No arrests yet after 22 police officers injured by Morocco fans in Brussels



Posted Monday, November 13, 2017 by Marca.com

No arrests yet after 22 police officers injured by Morocco fans in Brussels

The Belgian capital of Brussels was the scene of serious public disturbances after Moroccan fans took to the streets to celebrate their side's qualification for the 2018 World Cup.

Two cars were set on fire as shop windows were smashed and the premises looted by an estimated crowd of 300 people.

It has been confirmed that at least 22 police officers as authorities clashed with fans, deploying a water cannon against them twice before the scene was cleared, two hours after the trouble erupted.

No arrests have been made but authorities are continuing their efforts to discover who led the riots.

"Unacceptable aggression in the centre of Brussels," stated Belgian interior minister Jan Jambon.

"Living together means respect, also for the police who are committed to our safety day and night."

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