A definitive explanation? VAR audios were revealed at the penalty for DIM

South American Cup

The Antioquia club fell 0-1 in their Copa Sudamericana clash against San Lorenzo.

Independence Medellin in the Libertadores
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Independiente Medellin vs Independiente Medellin for the first leg of the qualifying round for the next stage of the Copa Sudamericana. The San Lorenzo tournament has generated a lot of controversy.

DIM went from ten to 30 minutes into the game due to Cedre’s deserved dismissal, but they protested furiously, on the field and then in the mixed zone, for a disallowed penalty.

The play was recorded in the 16th minute when a volley was claimed in the Argentine area, which was then carefully reviewed by VAR to confirm the referee’s decision.

Here is the dialogue of the judges:

VAR: Possible penalty

Center referee: First foul. First the mistake, then there is the hand of number 5. First mistake, I delay, then there is 5 hand

AVAR: Hold on Alexis, we’re checking for a possible fine

VAR: First mistake, I didn’t want to close up

AVAR: Check possible penalty

AVAR: He fouled the defender, right? He fouled the defender

VAR: Another camera please

VAR: No it didn’t show…before

AVAR: Hold on Alexis, we’re checking

VAR: Both hands are up

VAR: OK, foul confirmed. Continue…

Independiente Medellin vs San Lorenzo
Independiente Medellin vs San Lorenzo

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This means that everyone saw the hand in the San Lorenzo area, but decided to penalize the previous mistake, which, in any case, is difficult to identify in the replays of the official broadcast.

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TIM lost and must win the away series, on the strength of an opponent who has gone 15 games without conceding a goal against. Very challenging.

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