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Tigres, you feel affected and attacked by the refereeing!

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Tigres, you feel affected and attacked by the refereeing!

In a dramatic turn of events, Rayados and Tigres battled it out in the Clásico Regio 135, ending in a 3-3 draw with controversy surrounding added time. The match reached the 99th minute with 24 seconds when the referee blew the final whistle, just before Rayados scored the equalizing goal from a corner kick.

Players and coaching staff from both teams were left outraged by the decision to add eight minutes of stoppage time, which was later extended to a total of nine minutes. Tigres felt particularly aggrieved, releasing a statement to their fans expressing frustration over recent refereeing decisions affecting their team.

This is not the first time Tigres has felt victimized by officiating, as they pointed out incidents in the previous tournament, including the controversial expulsion of Raymundo Fulgencio in the Final against América. The Clásico Regio only added fuel to the fire, with Tigres adamant in their complaints to the Liga MX, Mexican Soccer Federation, and Refereeing Commission.

In a statement addressed to their supporters, Tigres made it clear that they will continue to push for improved refereeing standards in Mexican soccer. Despite the setbacks, the team vowed to work towards a fairer playing field for all involved. It is now up to the authorities to address the grievances raised by Tigres and ensure a more transparent and just officiating system in the future.

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