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Ramos Rizo: Two Penalties Not Scored in the Clásico Regio

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Former whistler Felipe Ramos Rizo questioned the work of referee Marco Antonio Ortiz in the Monterrey classic between Tigres and Rayados, since he did not score what he considered were two penalties in the first leg of the quarterfinals .

The first play occurred when Rayados created a dangerous approach, but the ball hit Samir Caetano’s hand and Ortiz determined that it was not a penalty, so the actions continued.

Regarding that, Ramos Rizo published on his social networks “penalty in favor of Rayados , minute 22, not sanctioned” so the score was still tied without scores between Tigres and Monterrey .

One more play that the ESPN analyst questioned was when Jorge ‘Corcho’ Rodríguez threw Diego Lainez inside the area, but Marco Antonio Ortiz once again determined that there was no foul.

“The ‘Gato’ bad in the classic, now he does not sanction a penalty in favor of Tigres ” , who at that time had already tied the score 1-1, published through his social networks.

The first leg of the quarterfinals ended with high spirits and a fight broke out due to an action between Javier Aquino and Rodrigo Aguirre that ended with several warnings for players on both sides.

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