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VIDEO: “Los Fanaticos” de Mexico y Brasil

AlamoCityTimes.com Sports mingled with “Los Fanaticos”, the rabid fan bases of the national soccer teams for Mexico and Brazil, who met in an Olympic tune-up match at Cowboys Stadium on June 3, 2012.

“El Tri’, as Mexico is known to their legion of fans, made the majority of the sellout crowd celebrate with a 2-0 win over Brazil.

Here are the sights and sounds -in Español- from before, during and after the game.  And be warned: if you are allergic to the sounds of drums or vuvuzuelas you may want to turn the volume down.

Photos screen captured from video by Maury Vasquez

 

About Maury Vasquez

Maury Vasquez is part of San Antonio's sports history and tradition. Vasquez worked with the KENS-5 Sports team under the legendary Dan Cook in the 90's before joining the top rated news team at KSAT-12. His career in broadcasting expands over 20 years in San Antonio and South Texas. Today, Maury works full time as the Public Information Officer for Somerset ISD giving a voice to the Bulldog Nation of students and staff. And his love for sports continues, by co-hosting "Longhorns Unplugged" on Ticket 760 AM along with co-hosting the "SASports.com HS Football Scoreboard Show". You can also find Vasquez Saturday mornings at the Mays Family "Field of Dreams" next to Wolff Stadium, where he serves as the announcer for the Miracle League baseball spring and fall seasons. Maury Vasquez is a native of Mercedes, TX from the Rio Grande Valley who has called SA home since 1992. He is also the proud father of two children, Valerie and Mauro IV. Maury writes for AlamoCityTimes.com about whatever moves him in the world of sports to the game of life, and just about anything in between.

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