Argentine football often has many tense matches and sees many players being disqualified by the referee. That scenario took place in the match between Boca Juniors and Racing Club recently in the final of the Argentine National Cup.
Boca’s Norberto Briasco and Racing Club’s Matias Rojas scored 1-1 after 22 minutes of rolling. The drama climaxed when Sebastian Villa Cano and Johan Carbonero received a red card in the 90+5 minute.
Both teams lost men before entering extra time, but the number of players who had to “take an early shower” did not stop. In the 100th minute, Alan Varela of Boca got a second yellow card and had to leave the field.
Carlos Alcaraz scored the late decisive goal with a dangerous header in the 118th minute and he made a nervous celebration for the Boca players. Boca’s group provoked by pushing, grabbing the ears and throwing the ball at Alcaraz, leading to a fight that occurred at the end of the game.
Waiting for the situation to calm down, referee Facundo Tello gave 5 red cards to Boca and 2 to Racing. The names leaving the field on the Boca side include Luis Advincula, Carlos Zambrano, Diego Gonzales, Frank Fabra and Dario Benedetto. Meanwhile, it was Alcaraz and Catriel Cabellos who were the two names of Racing Club that received the penalty.
Referee Tello disqualifies 10 players in total. Including 7 people on the payroll of Boca and 3 players of Racing Club.
Lu Phong – according to xevathethao.vn | 12:06 07/11/2022