“Jorge for God’s sake, look at me!”: the hilarious dialogue between the linesman and Sampaoli during Seville’s match against Mallorca

Sevilla’s Argentine coach yelled at the main judge and had to be calmed down by the assistant referee

Jorge Sampaoli He is a sanguine, protesting and intense technical director when it comes to giving instructions on the substitutes’ bench. The coach of the Sevilla He experiences each soccer match as if it were a final and this causes him problems, mainly with the referees.

During the last match of the Andalusian team in La Liga of Spain, which took place on Saturday, February 11, at the stadium Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and ended with a 2-0 local victory against Mallorca, the DT born in Casilda starred in another clash with the game authorities.

Angered by some failure of the referee Javier Iglesias Villanueva, Sampaoli began to get out of control and started screaming. “Cobrá, you have to collect”, released the former coach of the Argentine team that culminated in a failure in Russia 2018. The cameras of the program Movistar Plus “The Day After”, they reconstructed the hilarious scene.

The instant that Sampaoli began the heated protest to the main judge, the assistant appeared to calm the waters: “Jorge for God’s sake, look me in the eye”. Iglesias Villanueva stopped the game to go to the Sevilla bench and try to talk with the Argentine. According to the gestures, from the Spanish program they imagined what the referee was saying to him: “Let’s see Jorge, I am the authority and you have to lower the decibels”. It seems that Branch He listened to him and listened to him to avoid a possible sanction.

Jorge Sampaoli, DT of Sevilla of Spain, carefully observes the match.  The Casildense has behavior problems on the field of play (REUTERS/Craig Brough)
Jorge Sampaoli, DT of Sevilla of Spain, carefully observes the match. The Casildense has behavior problems on the field of play (REUTERS/Craig Brough)

The Argentinian coach –who recorded an outstanding time for the Chilean team– shows his most euphoric side on the edge of the lime line and this scene has not been an isolated event in his career. In any case, his team was able to get ahead and little by little it is detaching itself from the positions at the bottom of the table, although it is still far from the qualifying zone for international cups, with nine points less than Rayo Vallecano, the last to enter. to the Conference League.

Sevilla, which has the Argentines Erik Lamela, Marcos Acuña, Gonzalo Montiel and Lucas Ocampos, will play the first leg of the Europa League round of 32 against PSV Eindhoven.

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