San Jose police are investigating after violence broke out following Thursday night's Earthquakes soccer game at PayPal Stadium. Multiple fights broke out and at least one shooting was reported at the stadium and surrounding lots. Eight people were arrested, including at least one for firearms violations.
San Jose police arrested eight people late Thursday night after a shooting and multiple fights resulted in injuries at PayPal Park following a San Jose Earthquakes soccer game. According to San Jose police's Twitter page, there were multiple fights and at least one shooting at the stadium and surrounding parking lots.
Shocking moment fan invades pitch and throws PUNCH at MLS star before being tackled as cops deal with shooting reports
A FAN invaded the pitch and threw a punch at an MLS star before being wrestled to the ground. And in more shocking scenes, cops also dealt with reports of a shooting at the match in California. San Jose Earthquakes took on Mexican side Cruz Azul on Thursday night in an apparent friendly match at PayPal Park.
Pitch invader throws punch at San Jose player before being taken down by record MLS goalscorer Wondolowski
A friendly contest between San Jose Earthquakes and Cruz Azul saw tempers boil over on and off the pitch as chaotic scenes were played out Chris Wondolowski is the record goalscorer in MLS and may have a future in WWE after taking down a pitch invader that threw a punch at a player during a friendly clash between San Jose Earthquakes and Cruz Azul.
The Columbus Crew shut down Mexico City's Cruz Azul Wednesday night to become the 2021 Campeones Cup The cup is the annual match between the previous year's champions in the United States and in Mexico. The first goal of the match was scored by Cruz Azul — except it went in as an own goal, giving the Crew an early 1-0 lead.
Concacaf says it will investigate "the offensive and discriminatory" homophobic chants made by Cruz Azul fans during the game against Monterrey. Players left the pitch for 10 minutes in the Concacaf Champions League semi-final second leg in Mexico City. The match resumed without further chanting as Monterrey won 4-1 - and 5-1 on aggregate.
Los Diablos Rojos have gone three wins from three across the new Apertura season as they face incumbent title holders La Maquina Toluca will seek to maintain their perfect start to the new Liga MX campaign as they make the trip to face off with Clausura holders Cruz Azul at Estadio Azteca.
Rayados face the biggest surprise club of the Apertura to date on Friday Monterrey head coach Javier Aguirre is concerned about the test that Mazatlan could bring on Friday in Liga MX action given the Gunners' back-to-back wins to start the Apertura. The manager branded Mazatlan as the season's "revelation" so far, with Rayados' looming opponent having beaten Cruz Azul and Pachuca in impressive fashion.
Santos Laguna's manager has left a 1-1 draw furious with the tactics his team encountered Santos Laguna manager Jorge Almada has slammed Cruz Azul for time-wasting in a 1-1 draw on Sunday night, which he blamed in part on "permissive" referees. His side went down a goal in the 64th minute, and he felt his opponents were cynical in their play from there.
The Clausura champions beat off the Guerreros for the title last term and will hope to repeat the result at Estadio Corona this weekend Cruz Azul will look to bounce back from a shock opening day Liga MX defeat when they face Santos Laguna in a rematch of last season's Torneo Guardianes 2021 final.
La Maquina were stunned by Mazatlan in their first Apertura match last weekend Cruz Azul defender Pablo Aguilar has admitted the team allowed winning the Liga MX title last season change its mentality in their Apertura opener last weekend. With the weight of a 23-year championship drought no longer on the shoulders of every player who joins La Maquina, they have become too arrogant in their success, Aguilar told reporters, leading to a shock 2-0 defeat to Mazatlan last weekend.
The reigning Liga MX champions suffered a shock home loss in their first game of the 2021 Apertura Cruz Azul manager Juan Reynoso has criticized his side's intensity after they suffered a shock home loss to Mazatlan in their first game of the 2021-22 Liga MX Apertura. The reigning Mexican champions were stunned 2-0 at home, going down to Nicolas Diaz's strike in first-half stoppage time and a second-half goal from Bryan Colula.
The 2021 Liga MX Apertura season will run through Nov. 7. The top 12 teams will qualify for the Liga MX playoffs, also known as the liguilla. Cruz Azul is the defending champion and the favorite entering the new season with most of the squad returning. The other contenders include big-spending teams Club America, CF Monterrey and Tigres UANL.
André-Pierre Gignac scored some great goals in training as Tigres continue preparing for the 2021 Apertura. América - Cruz Azul VIDEO: Tale of two penalties between America and Cruz Azul 3 months ago 108 We go behind the scenes as America and Cruz Azul, who share the same stadium, drew 1-1 at the Estadio Azteca.
Goal has all the details of games being televised from Mexico's top league, featuring the likes of Cruz Azul, Chivas, Tigres and Pumas Liga MX is one of the most exciting soccer leagues in the world, with a highly competitive collection of teams battling it out to get their hands on Mexico's prestigious league trophy.