Flamengo fans revolt with arbitration in the tie in Ecuador


On Wednesday night (19), Flamengo played the first game of the decision of the Recopa Sul-Americana, against Independiente del Valle, and was in the tie in 2 to 2. A result considered good, but that by the circumstances, could be better. This is due to a very controversial arbitration in Ecuador.

In the first half, Rubro-Negro had a goal canceled in a very difficult move. Bruno Henrique started in speed ahead of the opponent’s last defender, but behind the midfield line. The position of the torso of shirt 27 was the detail that made the VAR confirm the invalidation of the goal.

At the end of the second half, after turning the score with Pedro, Uruguayan referee Leodán González scored Rafinha’s penalty in Murillo. The replay, however, indicated that the red-black side did not touch the Ecuadorian team athlete. Even so, the penalty was confirmed without even using the video referee’s resource. In social networks, the flamenguistas revolted and echoed the controversies. Check it out below.

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