Originally Posted by Action Jackson
Don't be using selective memory. This stuff has happened with Gonzo playing in Chile, happens at Acapulco and yes in Buenos Aires as well.
Yes, Layhani could have done more, but Mayer winning is the best way to shut any hostile crowd. Not like hostile crowds haven't happened in Brazil before. It's part of the game in the Latin American events and has to be dealt with.
In Chile maybe (at least the Paulistas didn't start throwing chairs), Argentinian crowds also go a bit too far (especially in DC) and I still think it's wrong, but never something like this. It's not even that this was an important match. Again, there has to be a limit somewhere, what do you think the limit should be?