Fight Breaks Out In USA-Mexico Game After Dirty Move By Mexico’s Cesar Montes, Game Stopped Due To ‘Discriminatory Chanting’



There’s no love lost between USA and Mexico in Soccer.

On Thursday night, USA was cruising towards a victory after two goals from Christian Pulisic when Mexico’s Cesar Montes got a red card for a dirty slide tackle on Folarin Balogun.

Several of Balogun’s American teammates charged towards Montes and all break loose on the pitch.

Eventually both Montes and USA’s Weston McKinnie received red cards and were kicked out of the game.

71′ – 🟥 RED(S):

Weston McKennie and César Montes have been ejected from the match for violent conduct.

McKinnie, who had his shirt ripped during the melee, kissed the emblem on his shirt before changing it.

Update: USA scored a third goal minutes later to take a commanding 3-0 lead vs Mexico.

Update #2: The game was stopped due to discriminatory chanting from fans.

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