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Spontaneous and objects thrown from the stands strewn in the final between the United States and Mexico

Spontaneous and objects thrown from the stands strewn in the final between the United States and Mexico

Spontaneous and objects thrown from the stands strewn in the final between the United States and Mexico

Fans who attended the USA vs. Mexico from the CONCACAF League of Nations continued its reprehensible behavior since then, after the third goal of the United States, after a controversial penalty, They started throwing things on the court and one of them was apparently injured Giovanni Rina While Americans celebrate.

Also, after the missed penalty Andrew saved, s When the clock had already passed over 127 minutes, many fans jumped onto the pitch to block the proceedings.

While Christian Pulisic His teammates cheered 3-2 in favor of a second overtime, an object thrown from the pulpit hit a football player for the local team in the head, delaying the resumption of commitment.

The transmission showed how the United States medical corps was treated by Giovanni Reina From the apparent strike while a number of his companions surrounded him and several containers were seen on the ground.

And the central referee for the commitment was criticized on social media for scoring a penalty against Mexico in extra time, which caused a disturbance on the bench and a multiplicity of complaints from players and the technical staff.

With the score now in US 3-2 favour, many spectators jumped onto the field, and again, in a play near the band, fans threw glasses and other objects from the stands.

Greg Berhalter, the coach of the Stars and Stripes team, considered it disrespectful to Mexico and its leaders that the fans throw things on the field after the third goal scored by the local team, which means achieving the winning goal at the end of the first edition of the league. CONCACAF League of Nations.

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“There were some moments when part of the audience threw things on the field, it was a disrespect for what the two teams were doing on the field, but it could have been worse,” he told a news conference.