BRUSSELS (Sputnik) – At least ten people have been arrested in Brussels, where riots broke out after Morocco’s 2-0 victory over Belgium at the World Cup in Qatar, RTBF channel reports.
Dozens of people set trash cans on fire and threw bricks at vehicles in central Brussels on Sunday after Belgium lost. The daily Le Soir reports that the police used water cannons and tear gas and that there were casualties.
RTBF reported that a dozen administrative arrests and one judicial arrest took place amid the riots.
Meanwhile, Le Soir reported that a dozen arrests were made on Sunday in the port city of Antwerp. Two police officers were also injured following football riots in Rotterdam.
Transport disruptions were reported in Belgium amid riots on Sunday.