Match 27 (QF #3): ARG-VEN Garcia (MEX)

Discussion in 'Copa América 2016 - Refereeing' started by Tigerpunk, Jun 18, 2016.

  1. Tigerpunk

    Tigerpunk Member

    Jun 17, 2004
    Argentina vs. VenezuelaReferee: Roberto Garcia (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 1: Jose L. Camargo (MEX)
    Assistant Referee 2: Alberto Morin (MEX)
    Fourth Official: Ricardo Montero (CRC)
    Reserve Assistant: Christian Ramirez (HON)

    Anyway - first half thoughts:


    35' - did he run TO the ball on the rebound, shielding the Venezuela player from attacking?
    41' - pretty sure he missed off the ball VC by Argentina
    42' - was that DOGSO?
     
  2. Tigerpunk

    Tigerpunk Member

    Jun 17, 2004
    #2 Tigerpunk, Jun 18, 2016
    Last edited: Jun 18, 2016
    Sports Billy, you asked about the VC - right before the PK call, watch the back of your screen. Venezuela guy passes the ball, and then about a second later Argentina guy goes into him and he goes down. I didn't see it close enough, and there was no replay, but it looks like someone from Argentina took out some frustration behind the ball.

    EDIT: Rewound my dvr, it's at 41:28 (so '42, not '41) of game time - Venuezela #5 trips on #19 (might have stomped him), and #19, I think, takes a shot riiiight in the baby zone for revenge.
     
  3. fairplayforlife

    fairplayforlife Member+

    Mar 23, 2011
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    35' didn't see it.
    41' thought the same thing, think it was VC.
    42 no way, not to goal.
     
  4. Tigerpunk

    Tigerpunk Member

    Jun 17, 2004
    There's a serious timidity about yellow cards here, and it's going to get Messi injured.
     
  5. Sport Billy

    Sport Billy Moderator
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    May 25, 2006
     
  6. Sport Billy

    Sport Billy Moderator
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    May 25, 2006
    Argentina is crazy if they leave Messi in there much longer
     
  7. cleansheetbsc

    cleansheetbsc Member+

    Mar 17, 2004
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    --other--
    I thought so at first, but #17 was behind Romero.
     

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