Drake Hills, Nashville Tennessean Published 6:11 p.m. ET Aug. 13, 2020 | Updated 8:29 p.m. ET Aug. 13, 2020AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideFC Dallas became the first Major League Soccer club to allow fans during the coronavirus pandemic, and they were heard from before Wednesday’s game with Nashville SC.Some fans booed during the playing of the national anthem as players from both teams knelt in solidarity, protesting against police brutality of Black people in the United States.According to the Dallas Morning News, one fan threw a water bottle onto the field and was escorted out of Toyota Stadium.A total of 2,912 fans attended the game, which Nashville won 1-0 for its first MLS victory. Some of them chanted “USA, USA!” as the players knelt during the anthem.Dallas right back Reggie Cannon lifted his right fist in the air as he knelt. Cannon called the fans’ booing “disgusting” and “disgraceful.”“We asked for no anthem, because we don’t feel it’s right to be played at this moment. They ignored our wishes. “ @ReggieCannon15pic.twitter.com/DeUP7eTmXW— Black Players For Change (@BPCMLS) August 13, 2020″For a lack of a better word, it (ticked) me off,” Cannon said. “We discussed it prior with what we were doing. We discussed


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