Media from around the world condemned violent acts in the match between Querétaro vs. Atlas

Since this Saturday, Mexican soccer has gone around the world after the unfortunate acts of violence registered in the match between Queretaro and Atlas of Liga MX, and that left at least 26 people injured.

The La Corregidora stadium in Querétaro was the scene of a real pitched battle between the fans of both teams, and Social networks were flooded with sensitive photos and videos, which attested to the high level of violence.

The news of what happened in Querétaro filled media headlines in America and Europe, in which there was even talk of deaths during the riot, as had initially been rumored on social networks. However, Mexican authorities confirmed that no deaths have been reported so far.

The medium A Bola, from Portugal, title: “Violent clashes between fans suspend championship“. As the Record newspaper wrote: “Shocking: violent clashes between fans in Querétaro-Atlas de México”.

In France, the medium L’Equipe exposed: “Suspended the Mexican Championship after violent clashes in a stadium“, and Mundo Deportivo de España reported: “Tragedy in Mexico due to a brutal fight between fans.”

England’s The Sun called the incident bloody, reporting in its headline, “Bloodbath: Two fans die after a huge riot during a Mexican soccer game“.

The Argentine newspaper Olé reported: “Horror in Mexico: there would be deaths in a battle between fans”; while the German medium Bild titled: “Even dead? Great disturbances in the stadium of Mexico.

In the same country, the newspaper Marca headlined: “Horror in Mexico: Pitched battle between fans of Querétaro and Atlas and there is already talk of 17 dead!. On the other hand, El País assured: “Extreme violence in Mexican soccer: dozens of injured in a pitched battle.”

England’s The Mirror headlined: “Shocking scenes: ‘Up to 17’ dead and 22 injured in brawl between rival fans at Mexican soccer match”; and in Argentina TyC Sports published: “Shocking violence in Mexico: Querétaro vs Atlas, suspended for pitched battle.”

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