Concacaf fines Inter Miami for brawl in the first leg against Monterrey – El Sol de México

The complaint of the Rayados del Monterrey for what happened in the match against Inter Miami at Chase Stadium had an effect. After the formal complaint filed by the Monterrey team due to the brawl in the building’s locker room, Concacaf imposed a financial sanction on the American team.

“The Concacaf Disciplinary Committee has sanctioned to Inter Miami CF for incidents that occurred after their quarterfinal match first leg of the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup against CF Monterrey (MEX) on Wednesday, April 3, 2024,” reads the statement released through social networks.

Reports indicated that there was a verbal altercation between Lionel Messi and the coach of the Mexican team, Fernando Ortiz. Attached to this, the agency detailed that after the investigation, it also fined Miami for the “lack of security” in its stadium.

“After considering the documentation and the evidence collected during their investigation, which included the request for written statements of both clubs and the exhaustive review of the reports submitted by the match officials, and based on the competition regulations and the applicable Disciplinary Code, the Disciplinary Committee has fined Inter Miami CF an undisclosed amount for lack of security in its stadium,” they added.

Finally, Concacaf warned the club that in If situations of this type are repeated, more severe sanctions will be imposed. “In addition, the Committee h“has warned Inter Miami CF that more severe sanctions could be taken in the event of incidents during their future matches in Concacaf club competitions,” they concluded.

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