USA vs Cruz Azul: Was it a penalty for Israel Reyes?

Felipe Ramos Rizzo analyzes the American defender's foul that Whistler Marco Antonio Ortiz pointed to as a penalty.


to Felipe Ramos RizoReferee Inspector ESPN, America Cruz made it 2-1 with a “missed” penalty in the final against the Azul. Kings of IsraelThe Aguilas footballer tried to make contact with Rodolfo Rodondi's body inside the light blue area, which is why he believes he is the whistler. Marco Antonio Ortiz Nava He made a mistake.

“It's a complicated play, but after watching the replays, you understand who wants to make contact with Rotondi's body. America. In my opinion, there is no offense that can be considered a criminal offence,” he said. Felipe Ramos RizoExpert ESPN.

“I'm very sorry, despite going VARThe umpire makes a mistake and awards a penalty that is not in his favour America”.

The match took place in the 71st minute, when Rodolfo Rodondi lost the ball against Alejandro Zendejas, who immediately gave the ball away. Kings of Israel, the player inside the area. Considering the frustration caused by the error, the same '29's Blue Cross He managed to clear the guard AmericaBut ended up defeating him.

Marco Antonio Ortiz Nava He immediately scored a penalty but responded to the players' complaints Blue Crosswent to the screen VAR. The whistler did not rest. A few seconds were enough for him to preserve the result and Henry Martin finally had a chance to make it 2-1 on aggregate for the USA from eleven steps.

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Henry Martin's goal was the goal that gave him the championship twice America And the 15th star in Azulgremas history after they drew 1-1 in the first leg with Uriel Antuna's score. Blue Crossand Julian Quiñones on behalf of Aguilas.

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