Last Thursday, October 7, Mexico received Canada on the Azteca Stadium field as part of the qualifying rounds for the Qatar 2022 World Cup; However, before the opening whistle, another game was fought on the esplanade of the building, one that had to do with resale and undercover agents looking for irregularities.
The events that occurred last Sunday in which an individual entered the Colossus of Santa Úrsula with a pistol and subsequently recorded himself with it in the box area, set off the alarms regarding the security of the stadium, as well as the ease with the that people can have access to these places without a thorough search.
As a result, the operation prior to the meeting had the presence of various bodies of the Secretariat for Citizen Security; However, there were also agents who, according to the resellers, were not wearing a uniform and arrived in the vicinity of the stadium in cars without license plates or police badges to identify them. They roamed the entire esplanade with special attention to the aforementioned resellers.
After the first arrests, numerous members of the resale gathered in the esplanade to discuss what happened, since they argued that they had been violated and taken from their belongings during the arrests, so they were willing to face in case of that the aggressions continued. Will history repeat itself against Honduras?