More arrests have been made after Scotland football fans partied through the night in London's Leicester Square, following their team holding England to a 0-0 draw at Wembley.
At 2am this morning, Metropolitan Police said that eight more people had been arrested following the Euro 2020 match, bringing the total to 26.
Videos shared on social media show police breaking up a huge 'party' in Leicester square.
In an earlier announcement, police revealed that 18 arrests had been made by officers policing the England v Scotland Euro 2020 match on Friday (June 18), in the Wembley Stadium area.
The later tweet, revealing a total of 26 arrests had been made, came after football fans crowded into Leicester Square.
A spokesperson said: "Through the course of the day, under the policing operation for the football, officers made a total of 26 arrests for offences including public order, possession of an offensive weapon , drunk and disorderly and assault on police officer, who suffered minor injuries."
At 1.45am this morning police said: "Officers in Leicester Square are engaging with the crowd and actively encouraging them to disperse."
Videos on social media shows a huge crowd of jubilant Jocks chanting and dancing. On Twitter, London live news Vlogger Paul Brown said: "Scottish football fans are partying through the night - the police can’t move them on too many of them in Leicester Square."
However, an hour later he shared another video showing police officers breaking up the party.
"The moment it changed from the Scottish football fans having fun - and then the riot police came in and stopped the party in Leicester Square," he tweeted.
In a tweet at around 2am, the Met said: "Officers entered Leicester Square at approx. 00:45, Sat 19 June and actively encouraged those remaining to leave the area.
"As of approx. 01:15, Sat 19 June, Leicester Square was cleared. Groups of individuals remained in the surrounding areas."