After beating Mexico 3-0, a violent brawl broke out

United States Vs Mexico 3-0, expulsions, field fight and chants homophobic


U.S. Men's Team Beat Mexico with a 3-0 Victory Thursday in front of a crowd of 65,000 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

But that CONCACAF Nations League semifinal, marked by Accurate entries, pushes and even a torn shirt, ended the worst Possible way.

Between the two teams there were 13 cards, 12 of which arrived in the Second half. Two players from each team were ejected.

In the 90th minute, the referee stopped the match for homophobic chants. Herself They added twelve minutes off, but the referee decided to terminate it. The match about four minutes earlier amid discriminatory chants of the crowd.

Regardless of what happened on the field, there was a fight between the Fans in the stands. In the video circulating on social networks, you can see a group of high-level Mexicans kicking an American minority, Dressed in red.

The tense end of the match came in the 70th minute and after a hard load of César Montes, the Mexican was expelled and shortly after Weston McKennie was expelled by provocation.

After the match, the Confederation of North, Central American Football and the Caribe, known as CONCACAF, issued the following statement:

"CONCACAF strongly condemns the discriminatory chants of some fans during the 2023 CONCACAF Nations League semifinal between Mexico and the United States."

"The screams heard during the match caused the activation of the Anti-discrimination protocol by arbitrators. In addition, the staff of Security expelled several fans for unacceptable behavior in the stadium."

"The federal government is urgently gathering more details and reports from Party and security officials and will issue a new statement in brief."

FIFA has already fined the Mexican Football Federation for chants of fans Mexican. The United States and Mexico, along with Canada, will host the FIFA Men's World Cup in 2026.

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