A very sweet story of neighborly relations at the tail gate parties before the Mexico - U.S soccer game in the Rose Bowl
Gold Cup Final USA vs Mexico: Borders, Burritos and Budweisers, | Football & Sport | Sabotage Times: "Welcome to ‘America’s Stadium’ The Rose Bowl: An imposing, star-spangled sports cathedral at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains in Pasadena, California. Home to the UCLA college football team, it’s as American as Uncle Sam and fried chicken. And on Saturday, it hosted an international ‘soccer’ derby of epic proportions: The CONCACAF Gold Cup Final between home team USA and neighboring Mexico. 93,420 soccer fanatics turned out, filling the stadium to the brim. Yet remarkably less than 10,000 of those fans were supporting America. And I was one of the outnumbered."
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