The rivalry between Monterrey and Potocinos originated in 2013, when 25,000 Tigres fans crowded Alfonso Rastras, preventing St. Louis supporters from entering their stadium.
Mexico City (apro). – A fierce battle broke out between the Tigres and San Luis fan cheering members at the conclusion of the game. At the Alfonso La Stras Stadium, the cat beat the locals 3-0.
The brawl started after the match and gunfire could be heard.
Police have not yet reported any gunshot injuries.
Diego Medina, a reporter, shared a video via Twitter in which gunshots could be heard.
Another video shows fans throwing objects from both clubs.
On the bus ride from Monterrey, Tigres followers were also killed.
The confrontation was managed by the police, and no reports were made of any detainees.
The rivalry between Monterrey & Potocinos was born in 2013, when 25,000 Tigres fans crowded Alfonso Rastras and prevented St. Louis supporters access to their stadium.
This is known as the “first tiger invasion”.
The two animation teams have met at different times since then.
In Apertura 2019, the Alfonso Lastra Stadium was vetoed after a dispute between fans in San Luis and Querétaro.
Potosi’s property was vetoed in this game after several incidents following the duel with Garros blancos.