Brazil coach after the Argentina match: “Not everything goes” in football

Brazil coach after the Argentina match: “Not everything goes” in football
Brazil coach after the Argentina match: “Not everything goes” in football

Sao Paulo (AFP)

On Thursday, the coach of the Brazilian national team, Tite, considered that “not everything is permissible” in football, commenting on the incident of stopping his country’s match with Argentina on Sunday during the South American qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, minutes after its launch due to violations of the Covid-19 protocols attributed to Albi Celeste.

During a press conference before the match “Celeção” with Peru, Tite referred to the Argentine national team, without naming it, saying, “The judicial system, the laws, respect and social security exist. In football, not everything is permissible, there are rules.”

In a surreal scene on Sunday, Brazilian health officials stormed the pitch in Sao Paulo, seven minutes after the start of the confrontation between the two South American giants, which led to the match being stopped and a clash between officials and players.

Meanwhile, the Brazilian police have opened an investigation to see if the four Argentine Premier League players (Giovanni Lo Celso and Christian Romero (Tottenham), Emiliano Martinez (Arsenal) and Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa)) had provided “wrong information” on their entry form. to Brazil, and did not declare their stay in the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to their arrival.

The International Football Association Board (FIFA) has not decided the fate of that match yet, whether it will be held at a later time within an already crowded calendar, or announcing the victory of one of the teams 3-0.

“I don’t know exactly what has been done and where it has become. I can’t and shouldn’t judge, but to break the law (…) No. A little respect for an entity, for a country, for a people, for a club and a national team,” Tite explained.

“I still want the match to take place, but if something goes wrong, the law must be applied,” he added.

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