a firecracker that exploded near Gimnasia y Esgrima de Mendoza goalkeeper, Brian Oliveraand left it stunned caused the suspension of the match he had with Quilmesby first phase of the Reduced First National.
The match was interrupted before the start of the second half, when the two teams were preparing to start the final 45 minutes in the Centennial stadiumwith the score 0-0.
But from the general head that turns its back to the National Hockey Stadium was thrown a stun bomb that exploded nearby from where the visiting guard was, Olive.
The goalkeeper, 29 years old and from the city of Cordovafell to the floor immediately and could not regain his vertical position, arguing that “he felt dazed and his legs were weak” as explained by the referee José Carreras before the TyC Sports cameras.
The referee’s testimony
“I pass on the report of what happened and what will happen from now on will be resolved by the Disciplinary Court“added the referee, after waiting a reasonable amount of time for the goalkeeper to recover. Since this did not happen and Olive He had to leave the field of play on a stretcher and the match was suspended.
After the communication of the interruption, the leaders and protagonists of the ‘Brewer’ They asked the referee for the possibility of “having the tools to verify if the goalkeeper (Olive) whether he is injured or not”, as the local coach pointed out, Ariel Fuscaldo.
“I am not justifying any type of aggression, the firecracker that explodes seems to do so far from the position. But we wanted the doctor to check the player and they refused,” the Quilmeño coach complained.
For his part, the Gymnastics coach, Joaquín Sastrestated that “the only team that is harmed is us.”
“We are the first ones who want to play, if we are the ones who travel. We are not obligated to make the change. “We cannot put the goalkeeper as substitutes if the starter was not injured in a game situation,” he pointed out. Tailor.
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