The Referees Commission of the South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) reported this Friday of the suspension “for an indefinite period.” of two of the referees appointed for the Uruguay-Paraguay match, played on Thursday in Montevideo, within the framework of the South American Qualifiers for the Qatar World Cup 2022.
The Conmebol Referees Commission considered the suspension of Nicolás Gallo, VAR referee, and Miguel Roldán, assistant referee, for incurring “serious and manifest errors” in the meeting between Uruguay Y Paraguay.
Specific, They cite the cancellation of a goal against Uruguay, marked by the Cruz Azul forward, Jonathan “Cabecita” Rodríguez, at minute 23, “of course offside“, according to the Conmebol statement.
Following this decision, the two referees are suspended indefinitely in the competitions organized by Conmebol.
Uruguay Y Paraguay played on Thursday their game of the South American Qualifiers of the World Cup in Qatar, which ended with the marker at zero for both selections.
La Celeste will visit Venezuela on Tuesday, while Albirroja will be home to Brazil on the same day.