Carrillo: "Arbitral decisions are hurting us"

"It has to be corrected because technology came to be one hundred percent effective and is being the opposite. Everyone seeing one thing and charging another is unfair," he added.


Guido Carrillo, Argentine striker of Leganés, said on Saturday that the arbitration decisions "are hurting them" in this first part of the season and that is why they "have the anger", although he also admitted that they must "look inside and see things" they are doing "wrong" .

El Levante took Butarque's victory against Leganés with two goals from Roger, a penalty, and another from Campaña, a foul. The first came after a rigorous penalty because from Leganés they consider that the lack of Siovas was outside the area.

"The arbitration decisions are hurting us and that is why the anger, but we have to look inside and see what we are doing wrong," said Carrillo, who gave his opinion on the VAR, which supposedly did not work on that controversial play of the party.

"It must be corrected because the technology came to be one hundred percent effective and is being the opposite. An arbitrator can make a mistake or an interpretation, but that everyone sees one thing and charges another is unfair. We work to achieve what many it's costing us, "he said.

Beyond the action of the penalty against, Guido said that in the locker room they have "anger because the rival did not generate just chances" .

"At the moment we are going through it is a hard blow. We played a great game despite some error, but we did not finish the goal play," he concluded.



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