Mexican soccer team Veracruz staged a silent protest on the field against unpaid wages, an act which cost them two unanswered goals scored by opponents during the protest. What odds would you have got using your Sorare Bonus on the final score?

Veracruz players refused to move for the first four minutes of their home game against Tigres on Friday, in a bid to draw public attention to the problem that they have not been paid their salaries at the club.

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While the players stood motionless, their opponents took full advantage, scoring twice goals in the opening minutes – having also joined in the protest for the first minute of the match.

The hosts, who started playing only after conceding the second goal, pulled a goal back but ended up losing 3-1.

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