Guido Rodríguez assumes his ‘mistake’: ‘Raise your head and continue’

Guido Rodríguez assumes his 'mistake': 'Raise your head and continue'

Guido Rodríguez assumes his ‘mistake’: ‘Raise your head and continue’ Real Betis Guido Rodríguez made self-criticism hours after his expulsion in the derby against Sevilla, which the Betis lost 0-2, he has acknowledged his ‘mistake’ and stated that “these moments are the ones to go through, raise your head and continue.”

Guido Rodríguez was sent off at the brink of halftime by referee Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz for a double yellow for both innings, the first in minute 10 of the game and the second and the red one in minute 42, for a foul on striker Rafa Mir.

After keeping ten players from the team of Chilean Manuel Pellegrini, Julen Lopetegui’s men found an additional trick in their numerical superiority to achieve victory at Benito Villamarín with goals from Argentine Marcos Acuña, in the 55th minute, and Héctor Bellerín, in the 55th minute. own goal in 81.

Guido Rodríguez posted a message on his Twitter account at 04:31 this Monday, five thirty after the game ended and proof of the insomnia of the midfielder of Sáenz Peña after his expulsion and of his awareness of how decisive he was in the resolution of the derby on the Sevilla side.

“Nothing worse than leaving the team with one less player, I am the first to accept my mistake and work to correct it. These moments are what have to happen, raise your head and continue,” acknowledged the Verdiblanco midfielder, key in the defensive framework of those of Pellegrini, who also insisted on the decisiveness of the red to Guido.

The Santiago coach insisted that the game was “matched while both” contenders were “with eleven”, so “the expulsion has unbalanced the game, changes it”, and regretted that “the first warning is for repeated fouls” of Guido, but the second “was at the limit, could have just signaled fault”.

Guido Rodríguez, a mainstay in Pellegrini’s schemes, who has used him so far in fifteen games in which he has added 1,041 minutes, will not be able to play the next Betis game against Elche, after the break for the national teams’ matches .

The Betis midfielder has been summoned by the Argentine coach, Lionel Scaloni, along with his teammate Germán Pezzella at Betis to play the two Albiceleste matches against Uruguay, in Montevideo next Friday, and, four days later, against Brazil in San Juan.

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