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A string of outbreaks of violence, several deadly, suggest that fan unrest in Latin American soccer is spiraling out of control.

Images of a mass brawl at a game in Mexico on March 5 that left 26 seriously injured and led to 14 arrests went viral and attracted added attention because the country is set to co-host the 2026 World Cup with the United States and Canada.

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