Mexico 1st division.

A head-to-head match between 3rd place Leon and 4th place America.

In the 18th minute of the second half, America’s equalizer broke out, and a group protest from the opposing players continued, saying that it was a handball foul just before the goal was scored.

As the atmosphere overheated, the referee pulled out a yellow card.메이저사이트

In the gap, Leon’s Romero, who was protesting close to the referee, suddenly collapsed.

The referee kicked him in the vital area with his knee.

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“What the hell is going on! This is a sense of exit!”

Romero, who suffered a blow, couldn’t get up for a while, and after that, the coaches of both teams were in a war of nerves and were sent off, becoming more overheated.

The game ended in a 2-2 draw, and Romero, who was hit in the middle, said he understood the referee.

“They told me it wasn’t intentional. I don’t think the referee had any bad intentions. I hope the referee respects us as much as we respect them.”

However, when the Mexican Football Federation launched an investigation into the incident, referee Hernández apologized to fans and players on social media, saying he never intended to attack.

Romero overcame the pain and readily accepted the apology.

This is Kim Tae-woon from MBC News.

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