What did Gallardo and Milito say about the tense crossing at the end?

1626427050 What did Gallardo and Milito say about the tense crossing

As soon as Bruno Arleu de Araujo ended the 1-1 between River and Argentinos for the first leg of the Libertadores round of 16, Marcelo gallardo He left the area of ​​the millionaire bank and headed steadily towards El Bicho, where he met Gabriel Milito, who also came out to meet him. After shaking hands, both they maintained a round trip that was captured in its entirety by the transmission cameras.

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Already calmer and after analyzing the performance of their teams, the coaches were consulted about the tense crossing and, although they tried to avoid the issue, each one gave their explanation. “They are not things that I take into account, the important thing is what happens in the game. Nothing happened. I’ve known Gabriel for a while and we stayed talking about what happened in the game and they are things that remain there. Nothing more than that, “said Gallardo, without giving much thought to the talk.

On Milito’s side, he also chose to minimize the situation: “With Gallardo we talk a little about the game and that we will see you next week at La Paternal to see which team does better to advance to the next round. ”

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Although the talk on the field of play was always on good terms, in fact they never let go and they were almost hugging for much of that time, both exchanged reproaches under the watchful eye of the fourth official, Fernando Echenique, who approached to verify the reasons for the crossing. And although they obviously couldn’t agree, After a few minutes, they said goodbye in the best way and each one continued on their way.

At this junction, the DT of River He reproached the Marshal for asking for the yellow for Angileri after a foul in the second half on Sandoval. It bothered him and he let him know. Milito gave him his point of view, not agreeing with the Doll’s arguments. “You can’t tell me to shut up, “could be read on the lips of the Bicho technician.

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El Millo and el Bicho will be face to face again next Wednesday 21st, at 9.30pm, in La Paternal. In the middle, River will play on Sunday against Colón, from 18 in the Monumental, for the first date of the Professional League. While, Argentinos will visit Independiente on the same day. It will be at 8.15pm in Avellaneda.

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How do you define yourself? River passes if they win or tie in two goals or more. If they go 1-1, penalties. Argentinos will get into the quarterfinals if they win or the match goes 0-0.

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The winner of this series will go against Boca or Mineiro, that in the first leg they equaled 0-0 with controversy over the poorly annulled goal against Pulpo González. The quarterfinal dispute is scheduled for mid-August.