Cruz Azul receives his first goal surrounded by controversy

Cruz Azul receives his first goal surrounded by controversy

11:25 PM ETFelipe Ramos RizoCerrar was an international referee with a FIFA badge from 1997 to 2003. He was the representative of the Mexican arbitration at the 2002 Korea / Japan World Cup. During his career, from 1988 to 2003, he was honored as the best whistle in the tournament Mexican and Concacaf from 1999 to 2003. He is currently a commentator of Fútbol Picante. The unbeaten goal in Cruz Azul, which lasted 348 minutes, ended at '78 of the match against Xolos de Tijuana in a header shot by Miler Bolaños who, Due to the absence of a clear video angle, he raised controversy about whether the ball crossed the goal line completely before being stopped by Jesús Corona. After that Valencian flag-runner rushed to the center line of the field, Corona left his post to claim Luis Enrique Santander and at times there were attempts at quarreling with the players from both campuses. Throughout the match, Cruz Azul bravely endured the constant attacks of Tijuana, that seeing itself in numerical superiority after the also controversial expulsion of the Paraguayan central Pablo Aguilar, went ahead with everything to try to beat for the first time in the tournament the celestial goal. Within seconds of meeting the 90 minutes, Gerardo Flores finished with the test in a stopped ball and managed to rescue the tie for the celestial cause.
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