Tuzos Premier League player apparently booked twice and stayed in game

Tuzos Premier League player apparently booked twice and stayed in game

Pachuca’s triumph was tarnished after the whistle failed to send off a player who was apparently booked twice

The premier league of Mexico organized a new controversialafter an alleged red card went unreported in the game between Chiapas coffee producers there Tuzos of Pachucabecause there was confusion arbitrator center in the game.

The controversial happened when the player wearing jersey no. 96 was booked twicebut did not leave the field of play, since the arbitrator central did not realize, nor the fourth, in the first place, arbitrator or the attendees.

number 96 is Esteban Escobedo Jr.according to the official page of premier league. In the game, in the first half, Escobedo he was booked for a midfield foul in the 28th minute, leaving him at a disadvantage for the rest of the game.

However, for the second half, the same element committed another foul in midfield and apparently was reprimanded once morebut he was not expelled from the field, since the arbitrator he didn’t show him the red card, so he stayed on the pitch the whole game.

According to the information that could be gathered ESPNbedroom arbitrator he realized, a few minutes later, that it was a red card for the player of the Tuzos of Pachucahe therefore consulted assistant 1 on the possibility of informing the arbitrator the situation, but in the end they didn’t, because more than 5 minutes passed when they understood that he had to be kicked out.

The match ended with a score of 0-1 in favor of the hidalguenses, thanks to a score in the first part of the game.

So far, it is not known whether the directive of coffee growers He will file a complaint with the Mexican Football Federation for what happened at the Víctor Manuel Reyna stadium, home of the Chiapas team.

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