These were the scenes in Glasgow earlier as hundreds of Feyenoord fans marched from George Square to Ibrox.

The Dutch side are currently facing off against Rangers inside the Govan stadium during a tense Europa League clash.

Pictures from the scene show the away support, flanked by at least six riot vans, being guided through the city streets to the stadium.

One fan among the group could be seen letting off a flare.

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This was despite warnings from police after a 22-year-old fan was arrested in the Square for letting off pyrotechnics.

Locals also hit out at the supporters on social media, after they left behind a "disgusting" amount of rubbish in the city centre space.

The group set off in full voice at around 5pm heavily guarded by police.

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Earlier, Superintendent Craig Smith, the officer in charge of the policing operation for the Rangers v Feyenoord Europa League match said: "I can confirm that a 22-year-old man has been arrested after a flare was set off in George Square this afternoon. 

"He has also been arrested in connection with drugs offences.

"My message to all supporters is don’t attempt to bring pyrotechnics, such as flares or smoke bombs into the stadium or set off in the city. 

"It is irresponsible. They are illegal and dangerous and we will robustly enforce legislation."