AN AJAX fan climbed scaffolding and sprayed beer into the air as the Dutch flooded the streets of London.
The shirtless supporter led the charge in Leicester Square ahead of the Champions League semi-final match against Tottenham.
The visiting fan made himself the centre of attention after he climbed high up the scaffolding.
He then cracked open a beer and sprayed it into the air – much to the amusement of the rest of the Ajax supporters.
After he led a number of chants with his arms high in the air, he climbed back down and continued his celebrations on the street.
Another Ajax fan was being dealt with by a police officer after he climbed up the entrance of a Chiquito restaurant.
Elsewhere, one supporter whipped his top off and decided to show off his best breakdancing skills.
Fans necked beers and danced as they prepared themselves for the trip to Tottenham’s stunning new stadium.
And a picture of a sleeping Tottenham fan has went viral on social media after an Ajax fan defaced his shirt.
The visiting supporter used a red pen to transform the Spurs jersey into a makeshift Ajax one ahead of kick-off.
Police are on red alert for the clash as a section of Ajax fans have a reputation for causing trouble at big games.
Before their first leg quarter-final clash against Juventus, 54 Ultras were arrested before kick-off.
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They were found to be in possession of knuckle-dusters, mouth guards and pyrotechnics.
Uniformed officers will be stationed inside the £1bn ground alongside the club’s security staff.
But there is hope that the good relationship between the two sets of fans will prevent any serious problems from arising.
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