Felipe Ramos Rizo qualifies as exaggerated the expulsion of Pablo Aguilar

Felipe Ramos Rizo qualifies as exaggerated the expulsion of Pablo Aguilar

10:03 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 for Fútbol Picante. The referee and ESPN referee, Felipe Ramos Rizo, described as "very irregular" the work of referee Luis Enrique Santander in the first half of Cruz Azul against Xolos, He ejects "exaggeratedly" to the center of 'The Machine' Pablo Aguilar, while the red and black Miler Bolaños, who gives him a nudge, does not remove him from the field. Excessively exaggerates Pablo Aguilar and Bolaños who nudges him does not expel him, very irregular work of Santander- Felipe Ramos Rizo (@ramosrizo) August 13, 2018

Exploses exaggeratedly to Pablo Aguilar and Bolaños who gives him a nudge does not expel him, very irregular work of Santander- Felipe Ramos Rizo (@ramosrizo) August 13, 2018
In first instance, the Paraguayan center of 'La Máquina' saw the yellow card at minute 19, after facing Diego González when the ball was motionless and two minutes later he was sent off by a swipe at Jesús Angulo. the emotions to skin of skin, Cross Blue looks before Xolos the general leadership of the Opening 2018 after the tie of Pumas before Pachuca and the defeat of Monterrey before America.
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