‘Uruguay’ eliminated in the round of 16 after being pushed by Korea… A lot of discipline due to harsh protests at the World Cup
Uruguay has been severely punished for protesting against the referee’s decision at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
According to a report by The Sun in the UK on the 28th (Korean time), the International Football Federation (FIFA) announced Uruguay’s Edison Cavani (Valencia), Diego Godin (Veles Sarsfield), Jose Jimenez (Atletico Madrid) and Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray). ) and four other players were disciplined.
FIFA imposed a one-match suspension for Cavani and Godin, and a four-game suspension for Jimenez and Muslera. In addition, each player has to pay a maximum fine of 17,450 pounds (about 26 million won). Community service activities must also be performed. In addition, FIFA imposed a heavy penalty on the Uruguay Football Association for one game without spectators and a fine of 43,624 pounds (approximately 67 million won). 바카라사이트
This is a punishment for the Uruguay-Ghana match on the 3rd of last month in Group H of the World Cup group stage. At that time, despite winning 2-0, Uruguay failed to advance to the round of 16 due to being pushed on multiple points. In Group H, Portugal and South Korea advanced to the round of 16. 2nd place Korea and 3rd place Uruguay had the same number of points (4 points) and goal difference (0 points), but Korea (4 points) was ahead of Uruguay (2 points) in the number of points scored.
Uruguay, who could have advanced to the round of 16 if they scored just one more goal, tried to attack until the end of the match against Ghana, but were unable to open the opponent’s goal.
There was also a sad scene in Uruguay. At the end of the second half, Cavani was pushed down by the opponent’s defense in the penalty box. Cavani claimed it was a penalty, but it was not accepted. In response, Uruguayan players, including Cavani, protested harshly to the referee. In the case of Jimenez, the scene of him swearing at the referee was caught on the relay screen.
Even Cavani showed an intolerable anger, such as pushing the monitor used for video reading after the game. In the end, FIFA issued a severe punishment to the Uruguayan players.