The veto vote sanctioned the team
Cruz Azul was sanctioned on Friday by the Mexican Football Association Disciplinary Committee after his supporters shouted homophobic remarks in the match against Leon.
Fernando Guerrero (Fernando Guerrero), the match referee, has suspended the game on multiple occasions. This is consistent with FIFA regulations when there are racist or discriminatory shouts on the football field.
Fans of the machines shouted in unison during the last minute of a tense match against Leonis at Aztec Stadium on Wednesday.
The Concacaf Champions League match against Monterrey was stopped for 10 minutes by the Metropolitan Police, who removed some spectators from the venue.
Cruz Azul supporters have been known to disrupt the game by shouting.
In a statement, the agency stated that “The Cruz Azul Club was warned about its future actions” and that if they were to repeat such actions, the disciplinary panel could impose harsher sanctions.
The sanctions for the defending champion are very costly. He will also have to host the final stage without spectators if necessary.
The machine will be punished if he improves or maintains his position in the play-offs and quarter-finals.
Cruz Azul is currently in seventh place, as the Apertura Championship’s regular schedule still has a date.
FIFA imposed several fines on the Mexican Football Association for this homophobic call.