The injuries of the bloody fight in the Liga MX rose to 26 people.. Video

 Violence erupted during the ninth day of Liga MX during the Queretaro and Atlas Guadalajara match, which resulted in the injury of 26 people, including 9 in serious condition, and two of them in critical condition, according to the Argentine newspaper “Infobay”.

The governor of the Mexican state of Queretaro, Mauricio Corre, of the Mexican town’s general hospital, was quick to confirm that there were “no deaths” and demanded “an answer to the facts.”

A fierce battle between groups of fans caused the match between Queretaro and Atlas to be halted in the 63rd minute of the second half at La Corregidor Stadium, and clashes erupted in the stands and forced the few security guards who were on the field to allow the crowd to flee onto the pitch, causing an immediate halt. for the match.

Despite the fact that Aguirre could well capture this disastrous and sad day for Mexican football, there were others who, unfortunately, will remain in the minds of Mexicans. Thus, some parents holding their children fled the scene with a minor without his shirt, which he probably took off due to possible reprisals, when blunt objects fell on the playground. Or another very young minor crouched behind a bench, waiting for the dispute to fall.

The newspaper pointed out that there were no policemen, which led to an escalation of the clashes in which the rioters appeared half naked and bloodied, and some of them ended up unconscious on the ground while being kicked, and scenes of horror spread with the rioters from Queretaro who stripped their clothes and expelled Atlas fans.

Liga MX President Mikel Areola has announced the suspension of the rest of Round 9 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final, where the First Division Championship is known. Because of the terrible event, the Mexican Football Federation’s Disciplinary Committee said in a brief statement that it would “open an investigation” into the events between the two teams. In addition, it will “file criminal complaints”.

The International Football Association (FIFA) issued a statement describing the violence as “unacceptable and unacceptable,” and a statement to the international body said, “FIFA joins the Mexican Football Association and CONCACAF in condemning this barbaric incident and encouraging the local authorities to achieve speedy justice against those responsible.” “.

Liga MX announced the suspension of all matches scheduled for Sunday, as part of the ninth stage.



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