A video that tells what he did… A harsh punishment awaits the Uruguayan defender

Uruguay vs Ghana match Which ended with the victory of the South American team with two goals for nothing, tension and protests from the players "Heavenly" Referee Daniel Sieber.

Show a video Jiménez Beats one of the contest managers "Viva" in the back of his head, reported a newspaper "Daily mail" British.

Uruguay did not qualify for the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar Due to South Korea’s 2-1 win over Portugal, which made the matter decide in favor of goal difference "Asian tigers".

reported the newspaper "Sports World" Jimenez could face a 15-game ban if the beating shown in the video is reported.

According to the newspaper, elbows have been included as a form of attack in stadiums soccerindicating that the player’s suspension could also include his matches with his club, Atletico Madrid.

The newspaper stressed that Jimenez’s behavior carries a fine of as much as 4,343 pounds (5,341 US dollars), which can be increased by 4 times if documented through the media or social networking sites.

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and testified Uruguay vs Ghana match Which ended with the victory of the South American team with two free goals, tension and protests from the “Celeste” against the referee Daniel Sibir.

Show a video Jiménez It affects one of the directors of the competition.”Vivain the back of his head, according to the British Daily Mail.

Uruguay did not qualify for the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar Due to South Korea’s 2-1 victory over Portugal, which made the goal difference decide in favor of the “Asian Tigers”.

And Mundo Deportivo reported that Jimenez could face a 15-match ban if the beating shown in the video is reported.

According to the newspaper, elbows have been included as a form of attack in stadiums soccerindicating that the player’s suspension could also include his matches with his club, Atletico Madrid.

The newspaper stressed that Jimenez’s behavior carries a fine of as much as 4,343 pounds (5,341 US dollars), which can be increased by 4 times if documented through the media or social networking sites.

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