Euro 2016 French Security, Violence erupts in Marseille , French Security security source warns fan zones 'like 10 open-air Bataclans'

Britain and neighborhood fans fight in host urban communities where venues have been compared to the Paris show corridor where 90 individuals were butchered by shooters in November

Police patrols on a street following scuffles in Marseille (AP)

Euro 2016 commences underneath the shadow of fear dangers, mass strike activity and early savagery that saw two England fans captured after viciousness emitted between English fans and local people in Marseilles. 

France is propped for around 10 million guests for the month-long football occasion which opens when the French thought on Romania at the Stade de France on Friday. Be that as it may, it comes in the midst of stresses over a conceivable terrorist assault at the 10 huge fan zones in host urban communities. 

Furthermore, there were terrible scenes on Thursday night in Marseille, where England play Russia on Saturday, as savagery emitted between English fans and local people. One England supporter was harmed and two captured in the fight that saw riot police use poisonous gas to scatter the group after inconvenience flared outside a bar.