Netease Sports reported on October 1:
In this morning's Copa Libertadores group match, Venezuelan team Caracas lost 0-2 at home to Colombian team Medellin independence. What is shocking is that Caracas actually got three red cards, and these three fouls were all with hurtful intent.
In the 19th minute, Caracas' first red card appeared. After losing the speed, defender Nota Roberto made a scissor scoop on the attacking player. At this time Nota Roberto was already carrying a yellow card, and the referee showed him the second yellow card.
在第19分钟，加拉加斯的第一张红牌出现了。失去速度后，后卫诺塔·罗伯托（Nota Roberto）对进攻球员进行了剪刀式铲起。此时，诺塔·罗伯托（Nota Roberto）已经拿着黄牌，裁判给他看了第二张黄牌。
In the 58th and 66th minutes, Medellin scored two goals independently, which made the Caracas players mentally unbalanced. In the 70th minute, forward Serris stepped on the opponent player who fell to the ground and was sent off by the referee.
At 79 minutes, Caracas got his third red card. When grabbing a position in his own penalty zone, defender Ferreira smashed his right elbow into the right chest of the opposing player, and he was also sentenced to a red dot package. Reina kicked the ball on the goal post, and Medellin won the 2-0 away game independently.