Moment brawl kicks off in bar in Ibiza as England fans go wild after Euros win

Appalling footage shows a Scottish bar in Ibiza get trashed in a violent brawl as English fans celebrated the Euro 2020 semi-final win.

In the clip, allegedly recorded in The Highlander bar in San Antonio after Wednesday's game (July 7) there are scenes of carnage as football fans start fighting.

An onlooker with a Scottish accent appears to laugh and scream: "Yes, into this English b******s", Daily Record reports.

In the disgusting scenes, some bar-goers scream and hurl chairs at one another and one man tries to punch another in the face.

A few people are trying to break up the fight and are caught in the middle, while others grab the shirts of brawlers to try and hold them back.

Glass shatters as chairs are thrown across the bar and into people standing at the sides.

A thug then charges into another man while holding up his fists, before being sent crashing backward as more glass breaks.

The clip was circulated on social media and shared on WhatsApp, according to Daily Record, and appears to show tensions rise as England fans chant in the wake of the team making the final for the first time in 55 years.

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Some people appear to leave in haste as the violence escalates.

Ibiza is one of the Balearic islands and is currently on the green list of places where Brits are allowed to fly to on holiday.

A recent Facebook post by The Highlander Ibiza indicates the bar had only just opened up again following closures due to the pandemic.

It wrote: "We’ve took our time and it’s not been easy.

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"The idea of a Highlander with loads of restrictions and maybe only a few customers is something we’ve been very conscious of as this Ibiza season heats up.

"However the 200 messages over the last few days alone tell a different story and the idea of our customers walking past a closed Highlander this year is obviously something we can’t allow.

"From 6pm Wednesday 7th July The Highlander Ibiza is back!"

Daily Star has approached The Highlander Ibiza for comment.

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