Colorado Rapids on Saturday night reversed the decision of 2-1 against the "New York", but, according to the head coach, "Rapids" Connor Casey, the team of judges was wrong on 83 minutes.
During the game, New York midfielder Maxi Morales held the ball a little more than halfway, and then ran the ball above the top of Ronald Matarrytu. Lalas Abubakar fixed center "Rapids" to break away from the game, but the ball fell to the "Alexander Mitrytu" which touched himself before spin kick by Clint Irwin in "Colorado."
According to Casey, the officials missed an illegal call to Matarrytu the initial pass to Morales.
"I saw a long ball out of the offside player," – said Casey's comments. "Lalas must deal with the title, and then the ball falls to someone else, and no offside is not called."
Irwin, who on the eve of the first half to replace the damaged starting goalkeeper Tim Howard, also weighed on call.
"For me, as a goalkeeper, I probably had the worst angle for any call in stand-alone mode", – he said. "But a lot of guys saying how they go, they thought that [Matarrita] He was behind the game and the challenges Lalas for the ball, and if so, it must be outside because Lalas to play and manage it. From there, they pick up the second goal and are able to get a good hit.
The winner of the game, and the injury of Howard were two of the few moments in the game when Casey felt that they did not pass, the most prominent of them was a red card 33 minutes, Rapid midfielder Sebastian Andersen. 16-year-old signing of Homegrown, who became only the fifth with a & # 39; advent of MLS, previously left his first pro goal to give Colorado a leader, but saw red after falling Matarrita. pocket without hesitation.
"He had no luck on the red card," said Casey Anderson emissions. "This eruption, a very quick call for up to 16 years of age, who beat a player. I thought he was very good. Unfortunate that it is sent. Obviously, the purpose of which is perfect for him. Mark 16 years of age at 20 minutes into the game is very impressive. "
Despite the difficulties they faced, Casey – who led a mini-revival "Rapids" from the moment of taking on the position of interim head coach May 1 – was pleased with the way his charges fought.
"Given the fact enormous differences in the challenges that we are still able to fight back and eventually get a chance, I'm just very proud of this group of players."
Later he added: "You can say that this team together, they are fighting each other Those guys believe in each other, they fought until the last minute, and we were still close to having to get a point in the end… [I’m] very proud of them. "