This is terrifying.
The U.S. men’s national team’s 3-2 win over Mexico in the CONCACAF Nations League final on Sunday night had no shortage of shocking moments.
During CBS Sports’ live postgame show, a daring fan jumped over a railing behind the set. The scary moment was caught on camera as a security guard chased the fan before his open-ended fall.
It’s unclear how deep the plunge was or if the fan was injured in the situation. It’s also unknown if the jumper was caught.
The unexpected moment prompted host Kate Abdo to apologize on-air.
“Wow, sorry, everybody,” she said from Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado. “Something going on behind us.”
The frightening fall was not the only controversy involving fans in the game. The US team was pelted with objects from Mexican fans while celebrating Christian Pulisic’s deciding goal. Substitute Gio Reyna was hit with a Coca Cola bottle and seemed visibly injured.
It comes amid controversy within the NBA over inappropriate fan behavior.
Throughout the first round of the NBA playoffs, players including point guards Russell Westbrook (Wizards) and Kyrie Irving (Nets) had items thrown at their heads while exiting the court.
Just days after Westbrook’s situation, a Celtics fan threw a water bottle at Irving’s head and was subsequently arrested.
Both fans in the separate incidents were banned indefinitely from Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia and TD Garden in Boston, respectively.
Hawks point guard Trae Young was spit at by a Knicks fan, who was later identified by the organization and banned indefinitely from The Garden.