Aldosivi beat San Lorenzo in Mar del Plata 2-0 and deepened the crisis in which the Cyclone finds itself, which seems to have no bottom. In addition to this, during the match there was a strong cross between Néstor Ortigoza and Martin Cauteruccio, former teammates on Boedo’s team, which ended with a post from the Tiburon player apologizing to the fans, teammates and the club.
The clash in the middle of the game occurred when Fabricio Coloccini was lying on the grass and some San Lorenzo players, in a hurry to tie the game, tried to lift it to continue with the game actions. At that moment, Ortigoza arrived on the scene to reprimand Cauteruccio and everything got out of hand.
The dispute became more violent with insults and some blows that did not reach their destination but in any case, the referee Fernando Rapallini observed the crossing and expelled them both. Far from ending the fight, they continued with the grievances while retreating to the locker room and again caused players from both teams to get into the tumult to separate them. Even coaches Martín Palermo and Diego Monarriz had to act to calm the waters.
“Regarding what happened last night, I apologize to my teammates, the club and all the fans who were enjoying the game,” the 34-year-old Uruguayan began writing on his Twitter account.
In turn, he reflected on what happened: “As players we have to raise awareness of what generates our attitudes on the pitch and with violence nothing is resolved“And he ended with a message about football and what it means to him:” Football is joy and we have to enjoy it in peace. ”