LThe fever lasted minutes at the Estadio Olímpico Universitario, then cold water and back to Monterrey. Nothing extraordinary or different happened in the Tigres locker room after the defeat against Cruz Azul on penalties in the semifinals of the Copa Por México.
After the heated discussion between Guido Pizarro and Robert Dante Siboldi the team entered the CU locker room, there was silence and calm. Coach Ricardo Ferretti did not raise his voice in the group and there was rest for the players, which is why they did not appear to train this Thursday in San Nicolás de los Garza.
Guido Pizarro tried to calm Nahuel Guzmán who was arguing with Robert Dante Siboldi after the penalty shootout, but in seconds the wrath of the Tigres captain was unleashed.
The Monterrey goalkeeper had been challenging Jonathan Rodríguez from before the penalty shootout to be one of the collectors, at the insistence the Cruz Azul coach shouted at Nahuel to shut up, so the game was almost over and both They met face to face.
“I’m not going to stay quiet,” Siboldi told Ferretti, who watched the game from the stands and stepped onto the field as soon as he realized the difference between Nahuel Guzmán and the cement helmsman.
As captain, Pizarro’s intention was to reassure his teammate and when it seemed that he had succeeded, Siboldi challenged him and said: “You tell me out there,” which warmed Pizarro.
Guido tried to face the rival coach but it was impossible before the Tuca jerks and some players, a situation that further heated the Argentine.
Later it was a topic for many the fact that Javier Aquino will express a few words for The Cement Machine, being hostile and not grateful to the team that for many encouraged him to reach the big league and play in the old continent.
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