Five match sanction against Peruvian Rodríguez for injuring Rojas

Five match sanction against Peruvian Rodríguez for injuring Rojas

The Conmebol suspended this Thursday for five games the Peruvian striker from Alliance Lima Aldair Rodriguez for causing serious injury to the Paraguayan defender of River PlateRobert Rojas during the game of Libertadores Cup that the Argentine team won away by 0-1 on April 6 last.

The 25-year-old Paraguayan center-back suffered a fractured tibia and fibula, for which he had to undergo surgery on April 9.

red received a violent kick from the Peruvian Rodriguez about the end of the match he won River Plate in Lime in the first day of Group F of the Libertadores Cup.

The sanction of the sole judge of the Disciplinary Commission of the Conmebolwhich was communicated today to Lima Allianceincludes a $7,500 fine.

Rodriguez already fulfilled an automatic suspension date in the duel of last April 13 that Lima Alliance lost to colo colo 2-1 in Santiago.

The decision may be appealed within a period of 7 days from the notification, according to the Disciplinary Code of the Conmebolbased in the Paraguayan city of Luke.

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