DUTCH police lashed out at England supporters and hit them with batons before their friendly clash with Holland in Amsterdam.
Nearly 60 fans were detained after clashing with riot police in the city's red light district.
At least 25 England fans were arrested last night for drunken behaviour.
There was no sign of trouble at the Amsterdam Arena on the southern edge of the Dutch capital where the two teams were playing Friday night.
The Dutch lost 0-1 to England, with Manchester United's Jesse Lingard scoring the decisive goal.
Jesse Lingard's maiden global goal secured victory for England, who are next in action against Italy on Wednesday (AEDT). "The last 8 are still being questioned, mainly for violence against police officers", the Amsterdam police said in a tweet.
Before the match, England manager Gareth Southgate had urged supporters to "behave in the right way" and "respect the country they're in", per the Guardian.
'I heard some of the booing of the anthem which obviously isn't acceptable, ' the England manger said.
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"Anything else that takes away from that performance for them would be a great shame".
Glass can be heard smashed as the friendly fixture continues to be marred by videos emerging of trouble in Amsterdam.
Police chiefs have condemned the "appalling" behaviour of a "large number" of England football fans after dozens were arrested in Amsterdam.
There were 27 members suspended in total for their behaviour in Dortmund, with a further six given written warnings while there remains one case pending.
"They are representing our country in the same way we are".
"As ever, the FA will work in partnership with the UK Football Policing Unit to help identify those involved and we will sanction any England Supporters Travel Club member found to be responsible for disorder".
Josh Mahoney, 23, is in Amsterdam with family for his first England game and told the Press Association following the news of Thursday's arrests that the police were "very heavy-handed". There was a riot van at the door pulling fans out of the pub.