Uruguay manager Oscar Tabarez leapt to a counterclaim of discharged striker Edinson Cavani on Wednesday as footage seemed to uncover a Chilean actor attempting to incite a star by inserting a finger into his anus.
Cavani was sent off mid by a second half after receiving a second yellow label for flicking a palm into a face of Chile defender Gonzalo Jara.
But Tabarez pronounced Cavani had been a plant of irritation by Jara that should have been speckled by a compare officials.
Post-match camera footage of a rumpus appears to uncover Jara shoving a finger into a behind of Cavani’s shorts.
“For a exclusion of Cavani, we can see what happened and what a plea was. we impute we to a radio and photos of it, it is all there,” pronounced Tabarez.
“I can see that a arbitrate has not seen it, though a giant had to be means to see it from his position.”
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It is not a initial time Jara has been concerned in debate involving a Uruguayan opponent.
In 2013 Uruguay striker Luis Suarez punched Jara after a Chilean reportedly grabbed his genitals during a World Cup qualifier.
Tabarez pronounced a exclusion of Cavani, when a compare was finely staid during 0-0, had incited a waves opposite his team.
“We had a diversion underneath control though when we were left with 10 group it became a small some-more formidable since it singular a opportunities to attack,” pronounced Tabarez.
A miserable night for Uruguay got worse for a 2011 champions when Jorge Fucile was sent off late in a diversion for a imperishable plea on Alexis Sanchez.
That sparked a enlarged fight between players and officials from both sides including Tabarez.