The Brazilian winger Marcelo Vieira was the unhappy protagonist this Tuesday of the duel between his workforce, Fluminense, and Argentino Juniors, within the first leg of the spherical of 16 of the Copa Libertadores, after a stomp after dribbling on Luciano Sanchez brought on a dislocation on his rival’s knee, an motion “inadvertently” for which he apologized and for which he was despatched off.
The previous Actual Madrid participant dribbled previous two rival gamers and when he did the identical with the third, Sanchez himself, his last assist was with the only of his boot on the leg of the Argentine defender who had gone to floor degree. The motion brought on a surprising picture because of the unnatural place through which the leg of the Argentinos Juniors participant was left, which compelled the sport to cease and left the Brazilian very ‘touched’, who put his palms to his head when he noticed the harm.
“In the present day I’ve needed to dwell by means of a really tough second on the sector. I’ve unintentionally injured a colleague by career. I need to want you the very best restoration, Luciano Sanchez. All of the power on the earth,” mentioned the veteran winger on his social networks. “Fluminense FC expresses its solidarity and desires a speedy restoration to defender Luciano Sanchez, from Argentinos Juniors, injured in an unintended play in tonight’s recreation,” mentioned his workforce.
Argentinos Juniors later confirmed that their participant suffered “a dislocated knee” and thanked Marcelo for his gesture. “We’re rivals, not enemies. Thanks Marcelo and all of Fluminense for his concern”, he remarked in his official ‘X’ profile.
The Fluminense coach, Fernando Diniz, was crucial of his participant’s expulsion. “Marcelo was dribbling, he had nowhere to place his foot. Sadly it occurred, everybody was dismayed by the harm, however the expulsion was completely absurd. What was Marcelo going to do to keep away from the expulsion? It’s loopy,” he mentioned after the match.