Barcelona and Tri lead support for victims of Line 12 of the CDMX metro

Multiple teams around the world and also the Mexican National Team showed their support after the subway accident in Mexico City

International teams, such as Barcelona and PSV Eindhoven, in addition to the Mexican National Team and Mikel Arriola, president of Liga MX, have spoken in support after the accident that happened last Monday night on Line 12 of the Mexico City subway.

The accounts of the Mexican National Team were among the first to comment on this: Our solidarity and great strength for all those who are going through a difficult time due to what happened in Mexico City. We are with you ”, it is read in the social networks of the Tri.

Followed by the Aztec team, Mikel Arriola, president of the MX League, also sent a message: “I am sorry for the events that occurred in Tláhuac, Mexico City. My complete sympathy and condolences for the families and friends of those who died and wishes for a speedy recovery for the injured ”.

At an international level, Barcelona, ​​PSV and Wolverhampton sent messages of support after the accident on Line 12 of the Mexico City metro.

The Dutch and English teams used their accounts to send words of solidarity. “From Eindhoven we sympathize with the victims and relatives of the accident in the CDMX Metro. We are with you at a distance # FuerzaMéxico “, wrote the Dutch, who currently have Erick gutierrez in their ranks.

While the English, with Raul Jimenez on their staff, they put: “Today our hearts go out to the families of the victims and all those who were affected by the incident that occurred in the CDMX Metro.”

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Barcelona was the last to join. The Spanish uploaded a photo of their players with the Mexican flag in the backgroundImage that accompanied it with the message: “All our support and solidarity with Mexico City, especially for the family and friends of those affected by the subway accident.”

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