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Wilmar Roldan, protagonist of a sad episode of Argentina in the Copa América, will lead Friday against Venezuela



Death death scene in Copa América comes and the premiere will be this Thursday when Brazil faces Paraguay in Porto Alegre. The next key will be Friday and will have Argentina and Venezuela as the main characters, while Colombia and Chile will play at the end. Finally, on Sunday, they will close the quarterfinals in Uruguay and Peru. The arbitrators have already been appointed for each match.

The one chosen for the duel in Albiceleste is the Colombian Wilmar Roldán who has already had information so far in competition. In addition, he was the one who led the presentation of Vinotinto against Peru (0-0 in Porto Alegre). In addition, he was responsible for VAR in the meeting between Ecuador and Chile for the second date for Group C.

Roldán will be accompanied by his compatriots Wilmar Navarro, Jhon León (assistants) and Andrés Rojas (VAR), plus Peruvian Diego Haro ( fourth).

The Colombian judge is considered by Conmebol as one of the best on the continent. The man in black who was the protagonist of the memorial duel between Lanús and the river for the semifinals of the Copa Libertadores 2017, was also present in a sad memory for Argentina: Copa Americas last against Chile in Santiago (2015).

That afternoon in the Trans-Andeska capital, the whole team, led by Gerardo Martino, protested for a strong assault by Gary Medel to Lionel Messi who could have meant the red.

On the other hand, the Argentine Néstor Pitana (inaugurated the cup in Brazil-Bolivia) will be responsible for the match between Colombia and Chile. Hernán Maidana and Juan Pablo Belatti will be his assistants, while Fernando Rapallini and Ezequiel Brailovsky will work in the VAR booth. Meanwhile, Patricio Loustau, Pablo Silva and Héctor Baldassi will integrate Video Ref into Uruguay-Peru.

SLUTKVARTERSKEDULE

Thursday 27 June
21:30 Brazil-Paraguay (Roberto Tobar – Chile)

Friday 28 June
16:00 Argentina-Venezuela (Wilmar Roldán – Colombia)
20:00 Colombia-Chile (Néstor Pitana – Argentina)

Saturday, June 29 [19659009] 16:00 Uruguay-Peru (Wilton Sampaio – Brazil)


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