How painful! Romero’s “revenge” against Exequiel Palacios

How painful! Romero’s “revenge” against Exequiel Palacios
How painful! Romero’s “revenge” against Exequiel Palacios

The midfielder received a harsh infraction from the San Lorenzo player, who ended up taking him off the field.

Angel Romero is far from having a clean record: after the controversy that broke out in San Lorenzo after injuring Andrés Herrera, returned to star in a violent action in the match between Argentina and Paraguay in La Bombonera.

The Cyclone midfielder went to play a ball in the air against Exequiel Palacios with his knee raised too high, which hit the back of the Bayer Leverkusen footballer, who could not continue on the pitch and went directly to the locker room.

The loud entrance quickly brought to mind a situation in a match between River and San Lorenzo in 2019, in which the Paraguayan received a kick from Palacios.

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