Guillermo Ochoa has spoken out on his controversial stoppage in the National Classic for the first time
For the first time, Guillermo Ochoa made reference to the save he made in the National Classic between América and Chivas.
Despite the fact that he had encounters with a higher level of play, America got what he was looking for and once again took all three points in the National Classic. At Azteca Stadium, he won by 2 to 1 a Chivas and claimed leadership, while extending his incredible no-fall streak to eleven.
The engagement was what it promised and had several scoring situations, mishaps and controversies. The clearest discussion game occurred at 54 minutes. While Las Águilas were already winning 2-0, but saw their leadership role recede at the start of the second half, Serge Flores, of El Rebaño, directed the ball powerfully and the goalkeeper Guillaume Ochoa made a memorable save.
The strength and reflexes of the goalkeeper were able to deflect the ball so that it did not enter the goal. However, from Guadalajara they claimed the play should have been scored as a goal as the ball ‘crossed the goal line’. Both the VAR at the time and other studies were responsible for showing that this had not been the case.
Word from Ochoa
The missing word was that of the protagonist. During the press conference ahead of the Mexican national team’s clashes against Peru and Colombia, Paco Memo pointed out that “it was never a goal” the action. Case over!
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