SANTIAGO.- Dynamite exploded in the victory of Mexicans over Uruguayans (0-1), at the close of the group stage of men's soccer at the Pan American Games. A spit against an element of the tricolor Under 23 coaching staff inflamed tempers.
The final whistle was followed by a wave of pushing, kicking and insults between both teams. At the exit of the field, Uruguayan soccer player Diego Hernández spat in the back of Alexandro Álvarez, Mexico's goalkeeping coach.
He He showed Álvarez did not realize it, but elements of the team did, who did not hesitate to face it; Rafael Hernández and Emilio Lara, the ones with a short fuse who were not involved in the blows.
They are intense matches, before the game we knew it would be like this and the result is the consequence of enduring and entering into their typical dynamic, the Uruguayans, due to their determination, are intense.
The solitary goal helped Mexico advance to the semifinals against the undefeated Brazilian Sub 23 team.
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