Crazy match in the Colombian first division on Sunday to Monday Night as team played seven 7⃣ against eleven 1️⃣1️⃣ due to Coronavirus.
With no less than 23 absences (Covid-19 or injuries) in its workforce, and the League having refused to postpone the match. The Aguilas team had to play a championship match with seven players against eleven.
Against Boyaca Chico, the seven men (including the substitute goalkeeper, lined up in the field) were heroic, holding the 0-0 until the hour mark, remaining united in defense and wasting time as soon as possible.
But a player was injured a few minutes later and the rules of the game stipulating that a minimum of seven players is required in a team, the match was stopped and a forfeit (3-0) declared.
Same scenario happened in the night from Monday to Tuesday, in Ecuador: already led 2-0 after 17 minutes, the Aucas team took advantage of the injury, probably simulated of one of its players to stop the match.
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