Jaguars defeated 2-1 to Oil Alliance in the stadium Jaraguay of Hunting in a game for the fifth date of the colombian football which was marked by strong arbitration controversy. The judge of the match was the Bogota Andres Rojas.
The home team had an outstanding first half, going ahead with a score by Jhonier Viveros at 30 minutes. Omar Duarte widened the difference minutes later, but his annotation was annulled by the VAR after a previous foul by one of his teammates.
Duarte had his revenge at the end of the first half, at 45+4 minutes, after receiving a ball inside the area and defining with a good technical gesture to turn around before the defenders’ mark.
For the second half, the visiting team reacted and discounted in the game at 61 minutesafter a penalty that was changed by Harrison Mojica at 61 minutes. The play was warned again by the VAR.
Alianza kept insisting and at 90+3 minutes they tied the game with a goal against; however, Rojas and the video arbitration, led by Nicholas Gallo, called a previous foul in the construction of the play, which was protested by all the visiting players, in addition to the coach Hubert Bodhert.
Jaguares reached 7 points, partially entered the eight, and next Saturday he will be visiting Tolima; Oil Alliance, also with 7 pointswill receive that same day to National