José Sand, on his controversial goal: “I thought the ball had hit Zambrano, but then I saw that it hit me”


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José Sand, on his controversial goal: "I thought the ball had hit Zambrano, but then I saw that it hit me"

Lanús lost 2-1 with Boca at the debut of the Professional League Cup. Jose Sand, idol and captain of the Garnet, had some harsh statements when he left the stadium: “Boca is a hierarchical team that has a lot of influence. It influences the referee and it becomes difficult.”

Regarding the development of the game, Sand said: “After the second goal, they handled the game very well and after the changes they made, it became impossible to put together a dangerous play.”

The Lanús forward, who scored the only goal of his team, He referred to the controversy of that play, where it seems that the ball hits his hand: “I have no idea where he hits me, I thought he had hit Zambrano but later I saw that he hit me.”

“Lanús is a young team, we are on the right track. The objective is both, both the local tournament and the South American tournament,” Sand remarked about the aspirations of the team led by Zubeldia.

With the goal he scored, José Sand became the oldest scorer in the history of Argentine soccer in the First Division, surpassing the mythical Ángel Labruna.


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