El Fair Play: Estudiantes U20 Coach Orders Player To Miss Unfairly Won Penalty (Video)

Chris Wright

14th, February 2012

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By Chris Wright

This clip from the Mexican U20 leagues is doing the rounds today and it’s fantastic in a kind of faith-affirming kind of way.

What you are about to see is Estudiantes U20s winning themselves a penalty after taking advantage of an uncontested drop-ball that should have by rights been given back to Pachuca. Instead, Estudiantes’ Sergio Teran tears through on goal, gets up-ended by the keeper and wins his side a spot-kick.

Dismayed at his side’s unsporting behaviour, Estudiantes coach Mauricio Gallaga wades in and orders his designated penalty-taker Gustavo Mendez to shank the kick wide on purpose – hopefully by yelling “Gustavo! We are Estudiantes! We will settle this…*sultry twang of a flamenco guitar*…the Mexican way…”

Lovely stuff.

Instantly brings Robbie Fowler’s sudden attack of conscience against Arsenal to mind…

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  1. Chimpo says:

    um- he still tried to score the penalty though

  2. Patrick says:

    Yea, agreed. The Fowler thing ins’t like it at all. Kudos to the Mexican team that kicked it out. I hope they wrung that d-bag out for playing that dropped ball.

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