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Controversial and unusual in El Campín: goal by Millonarios unleashed fury in the Junior players, who did not want to continue playing

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Controversial and unusual in El Campín: goal by Millonarios unleashed fury in the Junior players, who did not want to continue playing

In a highly anticipated match between Millonarios and Junior in the Betplay League at El Campín stadium in Bogotá, a controversial event unfolded that left players and spectators stunned.

In the 38th minute of the match, Leo Castro scored a goal for Millonarios with a precise header after a corner kick, putting his team in the lead. However, Junior players immediately protested to the referee about a previous foul that went unnoticed. After a lengthy discussion, the goal stood and the match resumed.

As play restarted from the middle of the field, Junior players surprisingly “gifted” the ball to Millonarios and stood still, refusing to play. Despite the confusion, Millonarios continued to play and almost scored a second goal, taking advantage of the situation.

Junior players complained to the referee for seven minutes, urging him to review the previous foul using VAR. However, the referee explained that the foul had occurred before the corner kick was taken and therefore could not be overturned.

The match continued with both teams playing on, but Junior players were visibly displeased with the referee’s decision. In the end, the game resumed without further incident, but the controversial moment left a mark on the match.

Despite the unusual circumstances, Millonarios emerged victorious, showcasing their determination and focus in the face of adversity. The match between these two fierce rivals will surely be remembered for this unexpected turn of events.

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