Scotland Yard tweeted: ‘13 arrests were for public order offences, six for drunk and disorderly, four for assault on police, three for assault, two related to Class A drugs and one each for breaching a dispersal order and breaching a banning order.’
Just before the game, when many had rushed off into pubs to watch kickoff at 8pm, some Scotland fans stayed behind to help clean up after themselves.
Photos show men in kilts and football shirts walking around with Sainsbury’s bags – filling them with rubbish.
But the amount of litter covering the streets was too great and this morning saw most of it still strewn around London.
There had been concerns about people uncontrollably gathering when London announced it would not create any fan zones for the Tartan Army, but Mayor Sadiq Khan was reluctant to encourage crowds in the capital.
Member of Rosyth Tartan Army supporters club, Sven Lister, predicted around 20,000 fans visiting the city this weekend.
He previously told MyLondon the lack of official fan zones would leave the Tartan Army ‘wandering’ around the city.
As people scrambled to find pubs with available tables, with some venues charging £20 just for entrance, thousands roamed the streets.
Scots were seen heading home today, with many clutching coffees, bottles of water and energy drinks in a likely effort to nurse a stinging hangover.
England and Scotland ended their game with a goalless draw.
Scotland will play Croatia in Glasgow next while England gears up to play the Czech Republic in London, both on Tuesday.
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