The Mexican defender of the UNAM Cougars, Alan Mozo, was expelled on the day this Friday in the match against Gallos Blancos de Querétaro in the Clausura 2022 tournament, but the leaders of the university students will seek to settle the referee’s decision.
It was at minute 64 when in a clearly football play with Jorge ‘Burrito’ Hernández, Alan Mozo went for the ball and both players had a clash that was the reason for the referee to show the red card to the university player.
The center-back was notified by the VAR to go and review the play. After checking the Video Asistente Referee, Yair Miranda decided to expel Alan Mozo.
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According to the Sniper, collaborator of RECORD, it was made known that the Pumas board will seek to appeal the red card to its lateral defense and, therefore, take away the punishment match that would correspond to it.
After the referee’s decision, Alan Mozo left the court annoyed, arguing with the man in black arguing that his expulsion it was unfair.
The expulsion of Alan Mozo was not a reason for the university students to lower their arms in the game and ended up beating Gallos Blancos with a score of 3-1 as visitors on day 2.
Alan Mozo has become one of the fundamental pieces behind the UNAM Pumas in the Andrés Lillini era, which is why the leaders sought to change the decision of the expulsion on matchday two in order to have the player in day 3.