An oft-repeated claim about the Uruguay v Brazil 1950 World Cup match is that upon the blowing of the final whistle, several Brazilian fans took their own lives inside the stadium.
The LA Times says that "[a]t the final whistle one distraught fan committed suicide while three others suffered fatal heart attacks"; Wikipedia says that "[a]t least two Brazilian fans committed suicide inside the stadium and many suicides were reported across the country in the following days", citing a WorldSoccerTalk article. However, neither of these articles reference any sources, or explain where they got this information from.
The only place I found that lists a source for the suicide claim is Matthew Schorr's Soccer Politics article, which refers to a 2010 article which is no longer accessible, even on the Wayback Machine.
So, is there any evidence that Brazilian football fans completed suicide inside the stadium after the match?