The selection of Uruguay was eliminated this Friday in the group stage of the World Cup in Qatar, and some players reacted violently to the arbitration body that whistled the match with Ghana, as well as the tools used by the mediators.
One of the mishaps was carried out by the Uruguayan defender José María Giménez, after the central referee whistled the end of the match that took place at the Al Yanub Stadium, where Uruguay beat Ghana 2-0; However, that result was not enough for him. the South Americans to qualify for the next round.
Group H was as follows:
Since Portugal and South Korea were the teams that qualified for the round of 16 in the World Cup in Qatar.
In the match between Uruguay and Ghana a controversial play arose where the Ghanaian defender Seidu Alidu caused a blow to the right foot of striker Edinson Cavani inside the African goalkeeper’s area, a provocation that prompted the Charrúas to demand a penalty.
The central referee Daniel Siebert went to the VAR monitor to review the play in question, and determined that there were no arguments to whistle criminalso he decided to continue with the game.
The arbitration decision caused discomfort among the charrúasbecause, in the event that a goal was scored from the eleven steps, Uruguay would go to the next round.
At the end of the game the Uruguayans rushed against the referees. Even the defender José María Giménez hit a member of FIFA.
In the tunnel that communicates with the changing rooms, Cavani hit the monitor making it fall. Then the images of the mishap.