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Mexican player threatens opponent with swine flu

Friday, May 1, 2009

In full psychosis by swine flu, the Chilean press has strongly criticised Chivas Guadalajara defender Héctor Reynoso who coughed and shot mucus on the face of his opponent.

Reynoso coughed four times in the face of Sebastian Penco before shooting mucus on the Everton player as if he wanted to deliver the swine flu.

The incident took place in the hectic final phase of a Copa Libertadores match between Everton and Chivas, which ended 1-1.

After the meeting, Reynoso apologised for his inappropriate behaviour, but insisted that "a spit in a game is nothing unusual at this stage, but it is the spit, nasal mucus and the breath of a Mexican soccer player, which comes from the same source where swine fever was detected."

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