10 Huevos equals 1

Huevones
Huevones

The Chileans are taking fotos of the Argentinan referee Hector Baldassi who sent off Mauricio Isla in the 33nd minute of the game between Chile and Uruguay. I don’t believe it was a second yellow and his sending off changed the game. The Uruguayans won’t be happy with him either as a penalty for hand ball was not given. There were some strange fouls awarded and Mr Baldassi had a terrible game.

El Maestro Contra Chile
El Maestro Contra Chile

 

 

El Maestro made a strange sub when he replaced the yellow carded Diego Perez for Alvaro Fernandez from Nacional Montevideo in the 40th minute? Is this a player that Casal needs to sell?

Alvaro Fernandez Contra Chile
Alvaro Fernandez Contra Chile

 

 

 The second half was all Uruguay trying to score and missing incredible chances. Forlan missed a few that still amazes me now.

Forlan contra Chile
Forlan contra Chile

 

Uruguay is 5th again and Chile moves to 3rd, Uruguays next game is at home against Brasil.

By the end of the game el Maestro was playing with 4 strikers: Forlan, Suarez, Abreu, Cavani. Chile fought hard to stop the Charruas and tried their luck on the counter attacks. Chile did hit the post in the first half before the sending off. At the end of the game Chile and Uruguay share 2 points and both countries will be hoping they bump into Hector in some dark alley to discuss the game.

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4 thoughts on “10 Huevos equals 1”

  1. I say what I see and I don’t see Uruguay performing at their potential. El Maestro ends up playing with 4 strikers but no one to give them the pass to score. Malaka Martinez sitting on the bench and he brings on Alvaro Fernandez instead.

    This was the game to win and now we have Brasil and Colombia and Argentina at home. Last qualification we got 7 points from these 3 games. Now we need at least 7 points again to stay in touch with the top 4.
    Thanks for your comment vasediaz y Vamos Uruguay Carajo!!!!!

  2. I don’t think there is room for “enganches” in today’s football any more. A multiple function “worker” such as Alvaro Fernandez was a good idea.
    Despite your opinion I really like you blog.
    🙂
    Aguante Uruguay!

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