O Flamengo beat Fortaleza 2-0, this Sunday (5), in the 32nd round of the Brasileirão. In the field, Pedro It is Luiz Araújo marked. Outside the four lines, complaints from the red and black against the refereeing of the competition.
In a statement made after the coach’s press conference Titethe executive director, Bruno Spindel, detonated the arbitration criteria. He cited bids involving the Flamengo who left the club “scared and appalled” and even remembered an elbow from Endrick in Esquivelof Athletico-PR. The move did not result in punishment for the alviverde player.
“I came here to make a statement about refereeing. The club is appalled and very scared by what has been happening with the refereeing. With the lack of criteria. Against Santos, the refereeing was terrible. Bruno received a yellow card for a reckless tackle, but he didn’t even make contact physical. He is a loyal athlete, he went to compete, chasing the ball and received a yellow card. He was prevented from playing (against Fortaleza). Then, in the summary, they said it was a reckless entry when he didn’t even have physical contact”, said Bruno Spindel, before to complete.
“Yesterday (in Palmeiras x Athletico-PR) there was an elbow (from Endrick on Esquivel) with his arm above his shoulder and the VAR didn’t even call it. It could decide the game, the championship that is being decided in the smallest details, the Libertadores place and take away the game in the round on Wednesday. We were without Gerson, without Bruno for two rounds. Today, there was a penalty for Pedro’s kick, but it seems that the VAR was not working. We are scared that the referee would commit such a referee with Bruno’s. We are very scared about the errors in the refereeing. We hope that measures are taken so that the quality of the refereeing improves and that the championship is decided on the field”, he concluded.
With 53 points, Flamengo will face Palm trees next Wednesday (8). The team of Abel Ferreira has 59 points and is second in the standings, but with one more game. O Botafogo leads with 59.