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Champions Cup: Chivas and América, close to starting a fight

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Champions Cup: Chivas and América, close to starting a fight

The National Classic from Concacaf Champions Cup between Chivas and America ended on a fiery note as players clashed and exchanged shoves at the end of the first half. Alan Mozo and Álvaro Fidalgo were at the center of the confrontation, with the players continuing to push and shove as they made their way towards the tunnel for halftime. The benches of both clubs got involved in the altercation, with tensions running high as players from both teams tried to intervene and calm the situation.

The situation escalated further as Nobleman aggressively made his way towards the tunnel, swinging his hands and chasing after his opponent, young man. Goalkeeper Luis Angel Malagon rushed to the scene to try to calm his teammate and prevent further escalation of the conflict. The match saw several other incidents of fighting, including a hard tackle by Jonathan Dos Santos on Antonio Briseno that sparked heated reactions from both teams.

Despite the heated moments, the referee ultimately did not award a penalty after reviewing a potential handball by Jesus ‘Chiquete’ Orozco. The decision led to further arguments and confrontations between the players, but the situation did not escalate beyond verbal exchanges. The second half is sure to be intense as tensions remain high between the two rival clubs.

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