England conceded an injury-time equaliser as their Euro 2016 campaign began with a disappointing draw against Group B rivals Russia in Marseille.
Roy Hodgson’s side dominated the game as Russia keeper Igor Akinfeev denied Adam Lallana and Wayne Rooney, whose shot was tipped on to the post.
Eric Dier thumped in a 20-yard free-kick to give them a deserved lead.
But Vasili Berezutski’s looping header left England deflated, before trouble between fans in the Stade Velodrome.
Russian fans appeared to charge at English supporters behind the goal where Berezutski scored, shortly after the final whistle.
The draw means England missed the chance to move level at the top of Group B with Wales, who won 2-1 against Slovakia earlier on Saturday.