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Three people have been arrested after Italian football fans were attacked in Bedford last night.
Police were forced to close roads after disorder broke out following England’s defeat in the European Championship quarter-final match against Italy.
A group of England supporters headed towards a cavalcade of Italian supporters and caused damage to a number of vehicles. One person was assaulted, although not seriously.
"We just weren't good enough, unfortunately," disappointed England fan Sandra, in Kiev, told ITV Daybreak.
Another was more optimistic:
"I'm devastated, but I think it was a good grounding for 2014. We blooded some youngsters - it was good to see Henderson on the pitch."
"It was a good tournament. Let's back Roy," he added.
Dejected fans said they were disappointed by England's performance in last night's game against Italy.
The fans said it was particularly hard because they did not think Italy were the better team, and said England should have beat them within 90 minutes.
More than 6,000 England fans were left dejected in Kiev after Ashley Young and Ashley cole missed penalties, giving Italy a 4-2 win on penalties.
The anguish of the England team was obvious on the faces of the players tonight.
Captain Steven Gerrard told ITV Sport he sympathised with both Ashley Young and Ashley Cole, but said that Italy were the better team.
Assistant Chief Constable Andy Holt, who is representing the British police contingent in Ukraine for the Association of Chief Police Officers, said there were no reports of disorder following England's disappointing lose against Italy.
England has dropped out of the Euro 2012 football tournament after a dramatic penalty shoot-out in which Ashley Young hit the crossbar and Ashley Cole's shot was saved.
After extra time, the score in the England vs Italy quarter final is still 0-0. The game is now going to penalties.
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