player apologizes for penalty, but board gets angry

player apologizes for penalty, but board gets angry

Shortly after the end of the game at Maracanã, Michel Araújo, a player from São Paulo, apologized for the penalty committed; bid made board get angry

A few hours after the draw of the São Paulo against Flamengo for the Brasileirão, the Uruguayan attacking midfielder, Michel Araújo spoke out on social media apologizing for the penalty committed at the end of the match. The infraction ended up resulting in Pedro’s goal, which defined the final equality in the match.

First of all, I want to congratulate and apologize to my teammates, who played a huge game. In the euphoria of wanting to help, the penalty took place. Moment of sadness for the result, but also of great pride in the path we are building together“, wrote the player on his Instagram.

Despite Michel’s demonstration of regret, São Paulo was not satisfied with the penalty and president Julio Casares stated that he will make a formal complaint to the CBF about the issue. The main complaint is the VAR analysis at the origin of the bid, where Luiz Araújo could be offside.

I have always supported the professionalization of arbitration and believe in the seriousness of the work. However, measures are needed so that situations like the one that occurred in yesterday’s match do not happen again, even more so in matches and competitions of great magnitude, as in our game with Corinthians for the Copa do Brasil. We will keep in touch with the CBF, in addition to filing our question’ said the president.

Part of Michel Araújo’s publication / Credits: Reproduction Instagram

At the press conference, the team coach, dorival junior he also demonstrated his dissatisfaction with the country’s arbitration, and stated that Tricolor could be “with about 8 points more”. Anyway, now the cast follows preparation to face the Corinthians this Wednesday, the 16th, for the semifinal of the Copa do Brasil.


Source: sportbuzz

Related articles

Comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share article

Latest articles

Newsletter

Subscribe to stay updated.