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An Argentine player ended up in hospital after a brutal fight in Spain



January 31, 2019

The match between Valencia and Getafe for Copa del Rey had everything: hitting, insulting and a former player of the Argentine team who had to spend the night under surveillance.

The second leg between Valencia and Getafe for Copa del Rey wrapped up in a real scandal and an Argentine footballer, after the Che team turned the door.

3-1 in Mestalla for Valencia, after 0-1 in the first game, ended with a big fight between the two campuses that could not be avoided even by the private police and the former national football player Ezekiel Garay was hospitalized under observation, after receiving "heavy head strokes". And they showed that fighting is not just among fans.

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"You always have to die inside the field," said the defender of his Instagram account, in connection with a clash with his teammate Gabriel Paulista, but then ended up at the health center.

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Judge Xavier Estrada Fernández wrote in the report the whole situation, explaining that Bruno González, a Getafe player, faced Diahaby, "He had just entered the field, caught his neck and hit him."

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He also cited footballer Damian Suarez, who "enters the tunnel, strengthens the Valencia CF member who wore clubs and then hit another member in person. Later on the inside of the tunnel, he went to my assistant No.1 while strikes him with the index finger in the chest constantly and threatens with the following terms: "you're a cargo".

Marcelino, the coach of the team that progressed in the semifinals, looked at it: "I think there was a lot left from the end, for some it is a product of euphoria and for others, of frustration I would like to have a different outcome, but that's so. we are real winners and we take the pleasure from continuing the Cup ".


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