The coach of the U, Sebastián Miranda, did not hide his criticism against the arbitration after the blue defeat in Viña del Mar.

The interim coach of Universidad de Chile, Sebastian Mirandaslipped a criticism of arbitration when analyzing the blue defeat by 2-1 against Everton, in Viña del Mar, for date 13 of the National Championship.

Two actions caused the annoyance of the coach of the collegiate cast with the referee Héctor Jona. The first was that Juan Cuevas moved the ball back on the free kick of the first ‘ruletero’ goal and then the goal was annulled by Cristian Palacios due to a dubious forward position by Ronnie Fernández.

“In the first goal they run two meters back and nobody says anything. The goal that they annulled us seems very close to me and they are not going to see it, ”said Miranda.

“The rod was not measured to the same side. The first goal is notorious for how the ball runs backwards and that gives a lot of advantage. Also, yellow cards are not the same for them…. finally, the details, the misconceptions“, he added.

Despite this, the former right back was satisfied with what was shown by his team. “Even so, I think the team responded well, we created many scoring opportunities, but unfortunately we couldn’t make them happen,” he said.

“There was a very great effort and individual performances that were up to the task. I am satisfied with the delivery, ”she sentenced.