Uruguay stars facing massive bans over ‘incredibly ugly’ World Cup incident on the referee
The four Uruguayan players at the focal point of the ‘unbelievably terrible’ scenes which followed their end from the World Cup in Qatar earlier this month are presently purportedly confronting the possibility of 10-15 match suspensions for club and country because of their ‘unsuitable’ activities.
Edinson Cavani, Jose Maria Giménez, Diego Godin and Fernando Muslera are the foursome at risk for confronting the rage from FIFA following their job in the disputable episode.
Uruguay crashed out of the World Cup in the group stages, completing third, level on points with South Korea, in spite of winning their last game 2-0 against Ghana.
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The Asian side stunned the world when they advanced to the knockout stages on goal difference polish of concerning Portugal 2-1 in their last group game, leaving them attached on points with Group H most loved’s Uruguay, yet progressing subsequent to scoring two additional goals than their South American opponents all through the group stages.
Following an hour and a half of warmed activity against savage opponents Ghana, who they took out of the 2010 World Cup in a contoversial quarter-last chose by Luis Suarez’ notorious ‘Hand of God 2’ second, strains bubbled throughout after the full-time whistle as terrible scenes unfurled when Uruguay players were caught getting notwithstanding match authorities and, surprisingly, following one down the passage.
The four players currently should anticipate endorse from FIFA in the wake of being tracked down in break of articles 11 and 12 of the overseeing body’s disciplinary code, as per a report by Spanish news source AS. The discipline for such a break in the FIFA disciplinary rulebook is expressed as “the disallowance of doing exercises connected with football for no less than a half year”, in what might be a fantastic catastrophe for the Uruguayans.
“It was terrible scenes a while later,” former Socceroo Craig Encourage said on SBS post-game.
“There’s no need for the Uruguayan players to be confronting the referee and pushing and shoving. That stuff is unacceptable, they shouldn’t be doing it.”