translated from Spanish: Tension by classic; Tigers warns about caravan of hatchings

The Tigers League MX team warned about the formation of a caravan of fans of hatchings in the streets of Monterrey, in the face of this night of end of Concachampions party, despite the fact that both teams agreed to ban those routes, and that the State Government He warned that they would be dissolved.
«Before the eventual caravan announced by members of the @Rayados fans, we suggest you not take Av. Alfonso Reyes, at the height of the Bullring. Take alternate routes to get to the University», published the Tigers team, on his Twitter account.
The duel is at 21:00.
Both teams, according to a statement from hatchings, had agreed to «total prohibition of caravans to football stadiums, as well as the assistance of any visiting stadiums bar again Leon».
Another agreement was that, where fans carried out a caravan walking toward the stadium, is banned them entry.

? | ? Live football party with respect. You share the agreements ratified by @nuevoleon authorities and the clubs #Rayados and @TigresOficial by a Regal classic in peace. #HagámosloBien #EnLaVidaYEnLaCancha pic.twitter.com/6ZC2SvTpyr
-Striped (@Rayados) April 23, 2019

Meanwhile the Government of Nuevo Leon, in a statement, warned that «Civil force and State corporations staff will dissolve (n) caravans that detect, ensuring at all times the respect for human rights;» and it will stop and make available to the Prosecutor to any person who violates the regulations or jeopardize the security of any citizen.
September 2018, previous to the Regal classic between the teams Tigres and Rayados, saw a confrontation between fans who were in a caravan through streets of Monterrey, Nuevo León.
A video clip posted by the ABC News site showed how a car rammed a group of people with yellow t-shirts, of the Tigers team.
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