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Huge riots broke out in the streets of Brussels after the victory of the Moroccans over the Belgians in the World Cup in Qatar • among other things: vehicles were set on fire, windshields were smashed and the police had to disperse the people with water cannons

A big riot broke out this evening (Sunday) in the streets of Brussels after the end of the match between Belgium and Morocco in the World Cup in Qatar.

Police fired water cannons and tear gas as soccer fans went on a rampage, throwing fireworks, overturning cars and setting scooters on fire. 

About 100 police officers got into chaos in the capital during the match - which ended in a 2:0 loss for the Belgians.

Footage showed fires in the middle of the road and rampaging fans, smashing the windows of a red car and driving it down the street before dumping it. 

Hallucinante beelden van de rellen momenteel in #Brussels.


Dit tuig moet opgespoord, oppakket én keihard gestraft worden.

— Vlaams Belang (@vlbelang) November 27, 2022

In another video, police can be seen entering with water cannons as fans throw fireworks at the truck.

In other videos, dozens of Moroccan supporters are seen wearing and waving flags as they run down the street. 

The mayor of Brussels, Philippe Clouse, condemned the violence and warned people not to come to the city center.

He announced that he had ordered the police to make arrests: "I strongly condemn the incidents that took place this afternoon. The police have already acted harshly. So I advise Jews not to come to the center. The police are doing everything they can to maintain public order." 

According to the reports, the police were deployed in additional centers in the Belgian capital amid fears of further violence.

Tensions were already high before the match started, when fireworks were set off near the Brussels-South train station. 

Huge riots in Brussels, photo: Reuters

Huge riots in Brussels, photo: Reuters

Morocco fan.

Huge riots in Brussels, photo: AFP

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Source: israelhayom

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