About 150 supporters of Monterrey followed the game from a fence, but without stopping singing their songs of encouragement
Followers of the Rayados from Monterrey supported the Mexican team in the match against him Athletic Pantoja, despite In the Dominican Republic there is a curfew in the face of the pandemic generated by COVID-19.
About 150 fans of the Monterrey team gathered at the Félix Sánchez stadium to support the team led by coach Javier Aguirre, but they could not enter the property since the game was played behind closed doors.
However, they stayed on the outskirts of the stadium to witness the match through a fence and show their support for Monterreand, who is looking for his fifth title within the CONCACAF Champions League.
The crowd celebrated without observation the health measures in the country, such as ESPN Digital could check through images and videos obtained on the site. No masks were observed and social distancing was not respected. Fans only have until midnight to leave the venue, due to the curfew tax in the country.
The Rayados They won the 2011, 2012 and 2013 editions when they were led by strategist Víctor Manuel Vucetich, who guided the team to live the best time in its history.
In 2019 they once again won the Concachampions and that allowed them to play the Club World Cup for the fourth time, in which they finished in third place to match what they had achieved in 2012.
Now, the team faced the Athletic Pantoja within the round of 16 of the 2021 edition and before this the followers moved to Dominican Republic, where they did not miss an opportunity to see the match.