Criticized Lahoz plans to retire No one in the history of football has come into discussion as a referee except Pierluigi Collina. However, the Spanish referee Antonio Mateo Lahoz, however, has been well discussed for the past few days. However, the issues raised in the discussion of Kalina and Lahoz should not be measured in the same scale. Italian referee Pierluigi Collina was known for his excellent and perfect refereeing during his professional career.
On the other hand, Spanish referee Antonio Mateo Lahoz has been discussed (read criticized) for his card favoritism. Card show addiction may be the end of Antonio Mateo Lahoz’s refereeing career. Lahoz has also been stripped officiating next week’s domestic matches in Spain for excessive bookings. In the end, Lahoj, who is suffering from criticism and insults, is also thinking of saying goodbye to refereeing at the end of the season.
This was said in a report by the football media Gol.com, citing sports journalist Gatsal Edul. Messi expressed his displeasure with the referee / Collected Criticism about Antonio Mateo Lahoz started from the World Cup in Qatar. The Spanish referee was in charge of the match between Argentina and the Netherlands in the quarter-finals of the tournament. He showed 18 yellow cards in the match, which is the most in a single match in World Cup history.
He did not get a chance to perform duties in the World Cup in Qatar after heavy criticism in that match. In that match of the last eight, the players of the Argentina-Netherlands duo were upset with Lahoz’s refereeing. Argentina captain Lionel Messi took Lahoz by the arm and said he did not perform his duties properly.
The Netherlands midfielder, on the other hand, used one word to describe the refereeing of that match – disgusting. After the World Cup in Qatar, the criticism surrounding Antonio Mateo Lahoz does not stop in club football. Lahoz was given the duty of referee in the match between Barcelona and Espanyol last week.
He showed 19 cards to the players of both teams in the match. Two yellow cards led to two red cards as well. Referee Antonio Mateo Lahoz shows 19 cards in Barca-Espanyol match on Saturday / Collected Not only that, the Copa Del competition a few days ago