The season shot that took place against Manchester City and Arsenal, which ended with the first victory with a clean goal, as Argentine striker Sergio Aguero put his hand on the shoulder of the match’s wisdom, Massey Elise, while talking to her about a throw-in that she gave to the guests.
Although Aguero’s touch of helpful wisdom was simple, under the rules of the International Federation of Football Association (FIFA) in 2016, Aguero would be subject to dismissal.
Charges cannot be brought retroactively against a player for contact with a referee if his actions are judged as aggressive and confrontational.
The rules state that any physical contact with the referee or the assistants may expose the player to a yellow or red card, depending on the degree or level of touch.
The referee also has the right to declare the red or yellow card in the event that a statement was issued outside or was an insult to the player.
However, the referee did not dismiss or even warn Aguero because he did not consider the incident – apparently – to be aggressive and intentional, and so did the Referees in England, which did not consider the incident aggressive or dangerous.
In turn, Pep Guardiola, Manchester City coach, played down the touching incident, saying – in comments after the match – “Let’s be realistic … Aguero is the kindest person I have met in my life. Look for problems in other situations, not in these.”
City had beat Arsenal with an orphan goal scored by Raheem Sterling, in a tense match, which saw 5 yellow cards, 4 of which were for City.
The video clip of the Argentine international’s hand on the aid shoulder swept social media, and most of the tweeters – including former players and players – demanded that Aguero be punished.
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