“It is undeniable that we are experiencing an unprecedented situation in our country, which is forcing the football industry in Mexico to act sensibly and respond with a unification to the challenges we face. We are, of course, looking for opportunities to preserve the integrity of the MX League and all its members. “It is our responsibility and that is why we have taken these actions.”, the league said in a statement.
We remind you that on Wednesday, eight players of the Mexican Santos Laguna were tested positive for the virus, despite the fact that none of them showed symptoms of the infection. There are nearly 60,000 reported cases of infection in Mexico, and the death toll is just over 6,500. And one of the top 5 European championships is threatened to be played without fans next year (details here).