Chaos Breaks Out During The USMNT’s Win Over Mexico, Multiple Players Hit With Objects Thrown By Fans

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Fans were out of control during the USMNT’s 3-2 Sunday win over Mexico.

During the CONCACAF Nations League final in Denver, the game had to be paused because of gay slurs being chanted and then fans proceeded to throw stuff after America locked up the victory off of a Christian Pulisic penalty kick, according to ESPN. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

USMNT player Giovanni Reyna was drilled in the face and was down for several minutes.

There was also a moment when players from both squads got into a confrontation as all hell was breaking loose on the field.

All the way around, a pathetic situation from the fans. By multiple accounts, it seems like fans of Mexico were the ones who started this nonsense after America won the game.

If you don’t like getting your butt kicked by America, then don’t lose the game. You don’t want to watch us dance, then don’t let us score.

You know what you don’t do? You don’t start throwing bottles at people. That’s a great way for things to head south on you.

While I’m not a huge soccer fan, I’ll always ride with America whenever we’re playing. If they want to try to ruin our joy, then they’ll find out real fast America doesn’t back down.

Props to the USMNT for winning the title, and taking a step forward in the world of soccer. You just love to see it.