This happened a couple of days ago, but we missed it with everything else going on. At Wednesday evening's Copa Sudamericana—Wikipedia calls it "the second most prestigious club competition in South American football"—between Brazil's São Paulo and Argentina's Tigre, some pre-match gamesmanship and a brawl as the teams left the field for halftime led to a very pointed kind of official intervention: Police visited Tigre in its locker room during the break and, allegedly, beat players from Tigre and threatened them with guns. Those players responded by refusing to leave the locker room for the second half. The match was called and awarded to São Paulo, and now Brazilian authorities are investigating the incident.
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