WATCH: Mexican soccer fans turn violent at the end of 2017 Liguilla MX match

Tigres moved past Monterrey in the Liga MX playoffs on Saturday, but it wasn't without some ugly scenes and a black eye to the sport. Fans got into it at the conclusion of the second leg, producing a horrific brawl. Take a look:  

Tigres won 6-1 on aggregate after winning the second leg 2-0, but all of soccer loses when fans do stupid stuff like that. Not only is it dangerous, it impacts other fans who are there just to watch the match. From this, matches could be played without fans and more. We'll see if the clubs are punished, but it is sad that they put themselves in this spot to begin with.

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