Oscar Ruggeri gave his opinion about Weverton’s punch to Paulo Díaz that the VAR did not review: was it a penalty for River Plate?


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Oscar Ruggeri gave his opinion about Weverton's punch to Paulo Díaz that the VAR did not review: was it a penalty for River Plate?

Oscar Ruggeri and the team of ESPN F90 analyzed the punch that Weverton gave Paulo Díaz in the 96th minute, that the VAR He did not review and, according to the Cabezón, it should have been a penalty for River Plate against Palmeiras. Sebastian Vignolo and his team also referred to this action after the 2-0 that did not reach the set of Marcelo gallardo in the semifinals of CONMEBOL Libertadores.

“The Chilean has to shoot himself, they hit him in the face. From the same play that Suárez’s is seen, it must also be reviewed, ”said the former world champion in Mexico 86.

However, Mariano closs, who recounted the match, clarified to Ruggeri: “There surely what they evaluate is that the ball does not pass and the goalkeeper has a gap.”

It is worth noting that Esteban Ostojich annulled a goal of Gonzalo Montiel after Nicolas Gallo, responsible for the VAR, will indicate an offside of Rafael Santos Borré. Also, near the end, he sanctioned a penalty to Matias Suarez but at the urging of his colleagues he decided to change his position.

In injury time, the Colombian fell in the area after contact with Benjamin Kuscevic and decided not to sanction anything since previously the VAR detected an advanced position of Federico Girotti.


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