Moment in which fans interrupted ESPN coverage to shout “Tata out”


The Mexican fans were not satisfied with the result obtained by the Mexican team commanded by Gerardo daddy Martino. Although he won the match with a single Raul Jimenez goalthe few attendees at the Azteca Stadium showed their annoyance and outside the Azteca Stadium the “Out of Daddy”.

the moment was caught on camera ESPN, while the program Spicy Soccer made a link with Mauricio Ymaya group of fans approached the place and in front of the coverage of the sports reporter they began to sing the “Tata Out” so that it would be recorded.

Little by little, the fans approached the camera shot and spoke in front of the microphones of ESPN for express their disagreement with Martino’s work. The main argument revolved around the quality of the game and the competition that he has shown in the last qualifying matches.

The Mexican fans were not satisfied with the result obtained by the Mexican National Team commanded by Gerardo Tata Martino (Photo: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido)

Even a fan was encouraged to give his opinion on the subject and pointed out: “I see that the National Team is a ship without a rudder, that penalty saved us but I think that What are we going to do with it? daddy?”.

And it is that the way in which the Tri It does not leave the fans calm, now with the victory against Panama thanks to the collection of a controversial penalty, the fans managed to shout the goal that they waited for so long, but they stated that the Tri has been left to duty.

“We have supported unconditionally, even when we are prohibited from entering the stadiums; We received the national team, we fired the national team, I think they have not been left to duty”

(Photo: Twitter/@futpicante)
(Photo: Twitter/@futpicante)

While Mauricio Ymay continued with the interviews with the unexpected guests at the ESPNthe rest of the panel as Jose Ramon Fernandez, David Faitelson, Jorge Pietrasanta and others made fun of the peculiar intervention of the fans.

It should be remembered that once again the public in the Azteca was limited due to the sanction matches that FIFA imposed on the Mexican Football Federation (FMF), so the games were used to test the new form of registration of the fans.

The Mexican soccer team returned to victory after beating Panama 1-0 at home on Wednesday with a goal by Raúl Jiménez on the eleventh day of the Concacaf qualifier, in which Canada took another step towards Qatar World Cup With their away win against El Salvador and Costa Rica, they entered the fight for a place by winning a visit to Jamaica.

Mexico’s pressure paid off after 78 minutes when Salvadoran referee Iván Barton signaled a penalty in favor of Mexico after Abdiel Ayarza knocked down Mexico inside the area Diego Lainez.

  Raúl Jiménez scored the penalty with a placed shot deceiving goalkeeper Luis Mejía (Photo: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido)
Raúl Jiménez scored the penalty with a placed shot deceiving goalkeeper Luis Mejía (Photo: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido)

Two minutes later, Raul Jimenez he scored the penalty with a placed shot tricking the goalkeeper Luis Mejía who threw himself on his right side

Thus, Canada remains the undefeated leader of the octagonal with 25 pointsfollowed by the United States and Mexico with 21Panama with 17, Costa Rica with 16, El Salvador with nine, Jamaica with seven and Honduras with three.

The first three places in the final octagonal qualify for the World Cup, while the fourth will have to play an intercontinental playoff against the winner of the Oceania tie.

*With information from Reuters

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