Palmaflor beat Blooming 3-2 on Monday in Bolivia’s top flight, in a tumultuous match as the referee added injury time to almost half-time – 42 minutes.
Specifically, the competition between the two teams lasted for 132 minutes in both big events in Chapare City, Bolivia.
Thanks to this “unusual” time addition, Palmaflor had the decisive goal to bring the victory in the 38th minute of injury time.
Referee Julio Gutierrez was so generous with the injury time, which was explained by the interruption of the game because of the time it took to watch the video of Palmaflor’s second goal, adding a scuffle between the two sides that resulted in two red cards for Palmaflor’s second goal. away team player.
Blooming’s side expressed frustration, saying that the referee’s overtime until 42 minutes put their players at risk of serious injury because of “too much compensatory time”.
Before this noisy match, the referee committee of the Bolivian Football Federation issued a decision to indefinitely suspend the entire team of referees (6 people) involved.
In the past, there was also a match where the referee added a record time of 42 minutes as above. This happened in the Palestinian football tournament, the match between Al Shabab vs Al Ittihad in 2019. This is considered a record time, recorded in the Guinness world.
Lam Hoang | 09:24 16/03/2023