Conmebol could sanction Colombia and Brazil for fighting after the duel in the South American U-20

Conmebol could sanction Colombia and Brazil for fighting after the duel in the South American U-20
Conmebol could sanction Colombia and Brazil for fighting after the duel in the South American U-20

04/30/2024

The duel classified as the early final of the South American women’s sub-20 between Colombia and Brazil It didn’t have a good outcome. Unfortunately, the coffee makers lost 1-0 and after the whistle the winners made gestures that provoked the anger of those guided by Carlos Paniagua. This sparked a fight on the field.

The players Ana Ferreira, Mariana Ribeiro and Giovanna Fernandes They kissed the shield of their shirt again, provoking the Colombian soccer players who, with the pain of defeat, could not stand it and responded to the offense.

It must be remembered that in the first phase match, the Brazilians had already acted in the same way against the Colombians, who on that occasion won 2-1 and went calmly to the dressing room.

On the third date of the final hexagonal, the provocation was recorded again and the central judge, Olatz Rivera, reported what happened and expelled Yesica Muñoz (Colombia) and Ana Flavia Ferreira (Brazil) for mutual aggression.

In the fight, both starters and substitutes from the two teams were the protagonists, while the members of the technical bodies tried to break up the brawl.

It is now expected that the Conmebolthe governing body of South American football, defines whether there will be sanctions for the players of both teams after analyzing the referee report.

Players could be suspended due to the report or the videos in which the incident was recorded.

In the mixed zone, after the game, coach Carlos Paniagua regretted what happened. Furthermore, it must be remembered that the coach received a yellow card from the judge, to whom he complained for the constant fouls committed by the Brazilians.

In relation to the fight and after the end of the match, Paniagua maintained that it was not good, because although it was a reaction from both sides.

“The Conmebol Disciplinary Commission has to review the videos and analyze what happened, it is unfortunate that a match ends like this, our idea is to always promote and contribute so that football is a peaceful party,” he concluded.

Colombia has two games left against Argentina and Paraguay (Thursday and Sunday, respectively); while the Brazilians will be measured against Venezuela and Peru.

 
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