Diego Simeone and Franck Ribéry enzarzados in a controversy in the first part

"Rifirrafe" Between Argentinian and French

The "Cholo" Simeone the "lio" in the first time with Franck Ribery

Published:3/05/2016 - 23:16h

Updated:3/05/2016 - 23:16h

The trainer of the Athletic of Madrid, Diego Simeone, braked the offensive game of the Bayern in the first time with a "rifirrafe" in front of Franck Ribéry. The controversy moved to the bench of the Bayern and finish with the German attack

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More old dog and with more argucias that Diego Pablo "Cholo" Simeone, few characters inside the world of the football can have. Something that once again remained showed in the turn of the semifinals of this UEFA Champions League in which the athletic finish deleting to the Bayern of Munich after losing two to one but by the double value of the goals in contrary field.

The played in question took place after the ones of Guardiola annotated the first in the first time and failed a penalti in the boots of Thomas Müller. With the Germans in "way roller", Simeone had them with the first that crossed to treat to abort the rival offensive. The victim was Franck Ribéry that the truth little was doing on the green.

The Argentinian enzarzó in a dialectic fight with the French and ready were to arrive to the hands. All was after Ribéry protested to the fourth referee a fault of Juanfran on Robert Lewandowski. There it appeared the "Cholo" to hold to the extreme and take it out of there of bad ways. The footballer revolved and remained face to face with the technician, in challenging tone.

After this, varied were the men of the bench that jumped to mediate, between them a Guardiola that seemed angered with the athletic trainer. Finally, the blood did not arrive to river and both finish greeting and wishing the best after finalising the meeting.

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