A British teenager has been stabbed to death on holiday in Greece after a fight broke out on the holiday island of Zante. A Facebook page in his honour has been flooded with tributes.

Robert Sebbage, 19, died in a pool of blood after he was knifed in the heart.

Sebbage was on holiday in Greece with a group of friends when a fight broke out outside a restaurant in Zante.

According to reports, the British teenagers had been shining laser pens at a taxi rank when one of the drivers came over and confronted them.

The fight, which took place at 4:30 am yesterday, left four others injured.

Jordan Manson, 18, was seriously ill in hospital. Samuel Champion, Steven Granston and Callum Lane, all 18, were also injured.

Greek authorities confirmed that two taxi drivers have now been charged with Robert Sebbage’s murder.

It has emerged that the murdered teenager once stood next to David Beckham as an England mascot.

The moment was arranged because Sebbage suffered from eosinophilic colitis and gut dysmotility – a rare and painful bowell condition.

In 2007, a charity organised for the then 14-year-old to walk hand-in-hand onto the Wembley turf alongside his hero David Beckham.

A Facebook page titles R.I.P Robert Sebbage hs been created and has already been flooded with tributes to the murdered British teenager.

"Can truly say like DMills, one of my closest friends. known you for years and more cannot believe your gone. you'd be happy to know all of our groups got together today when we found out about this. reminisced about all the great times all of us shared. nicko wore that hat you hate 😉 all of us miss you dreadfully. sleep tight you beautiful man. you will never leave me or your mates. peace xx," a friend said in a Facebook message.

“Rest in peace Rob. You'll be back home here soon where you belong with everyone who loves you, Sleep tight,” one person wrote.

“RIP Robert… so sad to hear this news about one of my ex-pupils. Prayers are with your friends and family x,” wrote Sebbage’s one-time teacher.