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LIVE: Chapecoense plane crash
A plane carrying Brazilian club Chapecoense to the Copa Sudamericana final crashed in Colombia on Monday night, claiming 76 of the 81 souls on board.
15:59 GMT

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— Chapecoense (@ChapecoenseReal) November 29, 2016
15:53 GMT
Less than a week ago, Chapecoense forward Tiaguinho learned that his wife was pregnant with their first child. Today, the 22-year-old's family shared an emotional video showing his reaction to the good news, following confirmation of his death. 

¡No puede ser Dios mío! Al jugador Thiaguinho su esposa le había mandado esta sorpresa de que iba a ser padre. pic.twitter.com/vpcyIeRuQz

— Wilson Ganem (@WillyGanem) November 29, 2016
15:51 GMT
Chapecoense striker Alejandro Martinuccio has explained how an injury ultimately spared him from travelling with his team-mates on the flight that crashed in Colombia on Monday.
15:45 GMT
It is not only those from the football world that have been paying their respects, with Brazilian F1 driver Felipe Massa saying: "A very sad day for sport. I wish much strength to these families."

Um dia muito triste para o esporte ! Desejo muita força por essas famílias. #tristezahttps://t.co/P2Cx1vCXgR

— Felipe Massa (@MassaFelipe19) November 29, 2016
15:39 GMT

Brazilian football is in mourning. It is such a tragic loss. My sincere condolences to the families of the deceased. Rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/jfoTMUBWtN

— Pelé (@Pele) November 29, 2016
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