The Manchester City striker was rightly fired after a flying challenge that could have seriously injured Eugenio Mina.
Gabriel Isa has apologized for the dreaded challenge that led to Brazil’s 1-0 victory over Chile in the Copa Amrica, and Arturo Weddell has added to the controversy by calling the match referee a “clown”.
The Manchester City striker turned a blind eye to the ball when his flying fast boot hit the start of the second half. Eugenio Mina was sent off later, forcing Selecao to play the remaining ten matches.
However, Lucas Pakita had just scored a goal for the hosts, and they managed to reach the final set in the semi-finals and maintain a secure lead until they face Peru.
What did Jesus say?
“Unfortunately I made a mistake that the team could have suffered, but this group showed strength.” Posted on Twitter After the match
“I apologize to my colleagues and I will always try to learn from mistakes. Glad to know Mina is fine. We go to Sammy!”
Vidal, meanwhile, lashed out at Argentine official Patricio Lustau, claiming that the referee had made it difficult for Chile to find their footing by stopping the game unnecessarily many times.
“In a game like this, you need a courageous referee, who is fair and doesn’t want to be the subject of a match,” the midfielder said. DIRECTV game After the match, “We are very sad, we deserve a lot.
“We lacked that purpose. If the referee doesn’t let you play, he stops the game all the time. Whoever thinks he’s the star of the show, it’s very difficult.
“But we were beaten by our favorite players playing at home. At least we can leave our heads high and low.”
What happens next in the Copa America?
Brazil and Peru have already secured their places in the last four, with Uruguay vs. Colombia and Ecuador’s winners against Argentina facing each other in the second semi-final on Wednesday.