The agonizing and controversial defeat by 2-1 against Uruguay at the Centenario Montevideo stadium took a deep toll in Chile. Is that when the match was equal to 1, Paraguayan referee Eber Aquino did not sanction La Roja a very clear penalty in favor of a hand in the area of Sebastián Coates and did not even go to the VAR, as he did in the first half to collect the maximum penalty for Celeste.
For the same, the president of the ANFP, Pablo Milad, announced that he will demand sanctions after the embarrassing role of the Guaraní judge at the start of the Qualifiers.
“I will ask for the VAR audios and I will request the punishment of the Paraguayan as FIFA referee,” acknowledged the helmsman of the Quilín body in conversation with Third.
Now, the Creole team must quickly leave behind the bitterness over the fall against the Charrúa and focus on next Tuesday’s duel against Colombia at the National Stadium.