– About 300 people rioted Saturday night in the centre of Brussels some time later, after it became known that the national team Morocco soccer qualified for the 2018 world Cup in Russia, reported by the Metropolitan police of Belgium.
Morocco won the team of côte d’ivoire with a score of 0-2.
After that, the organizers of the riots went to the heart of the historic stock Exchange located in the heart of the city, where they began to smash the installations, which the Brussels authorities had started to build for the upcoming annual entertainment-commercial “Winter joy”. The rioters torched at least one car. The police had to disperse the hooligans with water cannons. In the crowd the evening of the Brussels public was sympathetic football fans who condemned the police for what she prevented young Moroccans “to celebrate the victory of their team”.