USMNT’s Gio Reyna hit by bottle during Nations League win over Mexico

United States forward Gio Reyna

A fan tossed a bottle and struck Gio Reyna straight in the side of the head while the USMNT was commemorating a late objective in their win over Mexico on Sunday night. (Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire by means of Getty Images)

Christian Pulisic drilled a penalty shot to put the United States up 3-2 late in additional time on Sunday night in their CONCACAF Nations League Champion match versus Mexico, which stimulated a huge event on the field by the United States Guys’s National Group.

That, nevertheless, led to forward Gio Reyna getting struck in the head by a bottle down on the field.

The 18-year-old, who scored previously in the video game at Empower Field at Mile High Arena in Denver, was struck by a bottle or a can from fans up in the stands.

Reyna, the CBS replay revealed, was struck straight on the side of the head by a projectile as the USMNT event began waning. He was left down on the ground for a long time as medical personnel tended to him prior to they lastly left the field.

It’s uncertain exactly what was tossed at Reyna or who tossed it.

Reyna scored in the 26th minute off of a corner kick from Pulisic, which brought the video game back to 1-1.

Fans in the exact same area began tossing more projectiles later on in the match, too — among which really struck a Mexican gamer right in the head after a pushing match broke out.

There have actually been a number of significant fan occurrences at sporting occasions in current weeks, particularly in the NBA.

Fans at a Utah Jazz championship game in Salt Lake City began . A fan in Boston , and was really charged with felony. Wizards star Russell Westbrook had into a tunnel, and a fan even ran out onto the court throughout a Wizards video game. A , too.

All of the fans in concern were prohibited from the particular arenas forever.

One fan even ran behind the set of the CBS Sports desk and dove over a railing in the middle of their broadcast on Sunday night in Denver, too, leaving the revealing team and a guard baffled.

The United States hung on to beat Mexico 3-2 in the match to win the inaugural Nations League Champion.

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