Police say no arrests have been made after being called to a pub in Bexleyheath as England crashed out of the World Cup to the hands of Croatia.

Officers arrived to Jolly Millers on Mayplace Road in Bexleyheath at 9.38pm to reports of a disturbance.

A Met Police spokesman said: "It was reported that a man was threatening people with a fence panel before leaving the venue.

"Upon police arrival there was no disturbance and no offences were alleged or apparent."

England lost the semi-final 2-1 in extra time and despite a few alcohol-fuelled incidents, the Met Police thanked fans in London for a peaceful night on the whole.

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