Colombia Women’s Copa America 2022: Controversial semi-final against Argentina | Columbia exam

The Colombian national team advanced to the final of the Copa America Feminina, defeating Argentina thanks to a goal from Linda Caicedo. Although the work of the Maria Carvajal power plant was not discussed, and although it did not directly affect the outcome of the tricolor, there were significant challenges in its operations.

During the semi-final, the central exchange was perfect. Considering that VAR has no use, only in the final were there situations that could have been managed differently. Despite the fact that the actions of players on both sides demanding guidelines did not have much impact on the final outcome.

In the first half there was doubt that Linda Caicedo was cancelled. The same attacker, confused, claimed Chile. After consulting with referee analyst Jose Porta, he confirmed that the referee’s decision was correct, with the Colombian striker touching the ball with his hand earlier.

Another act that caused disgust among the Colombian players was a possible foul in the Ramirez area, to which the former referee responded, “It was a mistake not to give Maira Ramirez a penalty in the 59th minute. From the ground, Sophia Brown hooked her foot and pushed her down.

In addition, he insisted on the expulsion of Gabriela Chavez, who was right, the Chilean judge.

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