Cristal missed a great opportunity to be one step away from them in the round of 16 of the Copa Libertadores. At the end of the match at the National Stadium of Peru, Tiago Nunes shot against Lamela River and made a big complaint after the connection.
Coach Brewer pointed to Millionaire after a 1-1 draw that left them tied at the bottom of the Group D table, despite a slight advantage on goal difference, and they referred to what happened during the 90 minutes as well as the results. end
He did not hesitate at all to state in a press conference: “The people of the river always believe that they have the Copa Libertadores, Conmebol.” We are used to this now”. In this sense, and not in another way, they should mark the points for the rival.
“As Brazilians, I have competed against them many times. We won some, I lost others. But if here, as Peruvians, we want to fight against them, we must mark a certain territory. This is Lima, this is Peru. We are local, we must be respected here,” he said.
La Máquina Celeste has four units and it depends on him to play the round 16 ticket in a one-on-one with Fortissimo, his next rival, and the river with two games. It will not be easy, because he closes with Fluminense in Brazil.
Paul Díaz accused Tiago Nunes of arrogance in his actions
The match at the National Stadium ended in controversy. Martín Demichel’s team saved a point with Rodrigo Allendro’s goal, after Miguel Borja wasted a penalty, and the River involved his plans for the future in the competition to qualify for the round of 16.
“He is a super man who starts to make little moves and ends up heating us up,” Paul Díaz said of the rival technical director, whom he accused of having caused problems at the end of the match with Salomón Rondón’s red card. .
He finished with this feeling: “The addition of five minutes seemed a little to us, but we are angry with the coach. Their technician is a super man who gradually starts making gestures and ends up warming us up. They drove out one of us, and nothing to them.
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