BBVA Stadium, Guadalupe, NL /
The whistle was already blown at the end of the first half, and Pachuca and Rayados were heading to the locker rooms, but suddenly a group of Albiazoles players approached the central referee, Jorge Antonio Perez Duran, because he was consulting with the video assistant referee if he was there. He was a hand in the last play.
Perez Doran came to watch the screen and when he saw the video, he realized that in the corner kick, Gustavo Cabral had made a very clear hand, so that Monterrey would have the maximum penalty in his favor.
Pachuca’s players and some Reyados had to return to the field, while others never left, because they knew that the maximum penalty kick could be scored.
Tuzos was so annoyed with the central referee that they deemed he should not have scored the penalty kick if time was already up.
This was how everyone went to Rogelio Funes Mori to indict and in the podium the fans scored it with their cell phones, as they believed that the long-awaited goal 122 would reach and which would leave the Humberto Suazo mark on top. Top scorer in the club’s history, with a score of 121, but he missed it, sending the ball over the bar.
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