The Racing coach and the Venezuelan who leads the Ecuadorian team invited each other to fight at the Cilindro de Avellaneda.
The match at the Cilindro de Avellaneda looked favorable for Racing: after a very good first half, they went to halftime 2-0 with goals from Maxi Romero and Ignacio Nardoni. But in the complement the advantage vanished and Aucas reached the tie in just 11 minutes. For La Academia, the weight of the match was too much, and the pressure from the public had a negative impact on Fernando Gago’s team.
But not only the players felt the blow, the coach was also very nervous and starred in a heated exchange with the Venezuelan César Farías, the technical director of Aucas.
At 29 minutes into the plugin, Maxi Moralez overflowed on the right and sent a low cross that hit Luis Cangá and went to the corner. So far, all good, but from the VAR they called the referee to review the play: it is that Frasquito stepped on his rival after releasing the pass and the Uruguayan Christian Ferreyra had to review the play on the monitor (later he decided to expel the player from racing).
In the middle of this game interruption, the Venezuelan coach went to claim the fourth referee for the play. And Gago also got into the scene. The man from Racing put his hand on his colleague’s shoulder, but it was not a friendly gesture. Farías didn’t like it at all and he pulled her arm out with a furious gesture. “Don’t touch me,” he snapped.
Gago looked at him from his area, incredulous. And then he invited him to fight: “See you outside,” I challenge him. Five minutes later, Wílker Ángel scored an incredible goal against and Gago yelled it with everything.
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