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Swearing at referee and hitting monitor… Uruguay players face ‘discipline’ (VIDEO)

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Uruguay players protest against the referee after the match against Ghana. Al Wakra (Qatar)=AP/Newsis

Uruguay’s players, who failed to advance to the round of 16 in the group stage of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, will face discipline for harsh words and actions shortly after their match against Ghana. One player cursed at the referee and another pushed up the video review (VAR) monitor.

England’s The Sun reported on the 4th (local time) that Uruguay defender Jose Jimenez (Atletico Madrid) may be banned for 15 matches. Jimenez is suspected of swearing at the referee and head-butting a FIFA official shortly after his progress to the round of 16 was frustrated.

The media reported on the possible 15-game suspension for Jimenez, saying, “It is unclear whether it will be for international matches only or apply to the club.” Meanwhile, the media pointed out that Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani (Valencia CF) pushed and bumped the VAR monitor, and reported that Jimenez was not the only Uruguayan player in trouble.

Earlier, the Uruguay national football team failed to advance to the round of 16 of the 2022 Qatar World Cup despite a 2-0 win over Ghana in their final Group H match at the Al Janob Stadium in Al Waqra, Qatar. This was due to their failure to score more goals than Korea in the group stage. Korea scored a total of 4 goals with 2 goals each against Ghana and Portugal and Uruguay scored 2 goals against Ghana.

According to reports from foreign media such as the British Mirror, some Uruguayan players protested the referee in frustration at not being able to advance to the round of 16 in the group stage. The fact is that the referee did not do so when he could have awarded a penalty kick.

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Uruguay striker Luis Suarez (National) said, “Edinson Cavani hit the opponent’s defense and fell. A penalty kick should have been awarded, he insisted, “Darwin Nunez’s (Liverpool) scene was a clear penalty kick.” “It’s not an excuse, but there are unbelievable penalty kicks in this World Cup and the refereeing committee and FIFA should try to explain better,” he said.

Jose Jimenez (Atletico Madrid) protests against the referee. the news

Some of the Uruguayan players were furious after the game. Jimenez cursed the referee, saying, “They’re all thieves,” and told the videographer, “Yeah, take as much as you want.” Jimenez is also suspected of elbowing a FIFA official in the head while protesting against the referee.

Cavani was pushed and hit by the VAR monitor used by the referee as he left the field. Fortunately, there were no injuries as no one was standing nearby, but it was a potentially dangerous scene.

British football expert Ian Wright criticized him as “a truly terrible player”, and Joe Cole also criticized him, “All over the world, kids are watching,” and “Even though the disappointment is great, a player has to keep his composure.”

As Edinson Cavani (Valencia CF) leaves the field, the VAR monitor used by the referee is pushed down.

Suarez hit out at FIFA after he tried to hug his family after the match but FIFA stopped them. “Instead I saw French players with children on the bench,” he said, “but not always Uruguay?”

Uruguayan defender Diego Godin (Vélez Sarsfield) said, “I don’t like it, but I have no choice but to talk about the decision.” “It was clear that we had to take two penalties. Everyone saw that scene,” he said.

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Donga.com Reporter Jung Bong-oh bong087@donga.com

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