Bielsa described the brawl between the Uruguayan players as 'deplorable'.

Uruguay coach, Marcelo BayelsaI promise The struggle they engaged in Some of his players were “truly deplorable” incidents.

Bielsa gave the assurance at a press conference He was oblivious to the happenings in the arena As he went to the locker room after the brawl between the players in the center of the field.

“When I saw that it was resolved, I went to the locker room,” Bielsa said, adding that he thought the players addressing the podium were “thanking the Uruguayan public for their support.”

“However Then I learned that there were other kinds of unfortunate difficultiesIndeed,” said Bielsa.

Darwin Nunez, Ronald Araujo and Jose Maria Gimenez are some of the Uruguayan players. They jumped into the arena to join the protest With Colombian fans.

Bielsa regretted Munoz's dismissal

Bielsa said of the match that he “wanted Colombian Daniel Munoz to be sent off”. Got a double warning Before the break.

“For us, what happened in the second half came from the way Colombia played in favor of the short man It was more difficult “More than what we have to face when there are eleven,” he said.

“The game broke apart in the second half with one more It was a race with countless hurdles. “Even if everything goes within the rules, the team cannot maintain a rhythm that allows them to develop their game,” he added.

Bielsa regretted not “stabilizing” the game on occasions when he could have done so.

Uruguay fell 0-1 against Colombia in their Copa America 2024 semifinal match at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte (North Carolina).

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