Ajax Amsterdam suffered a serious blow in the UEFA Champions League. The Dutch team started the tournament very well, but with the passing of the games it deflated. The Eredisie team is mathematically eliminated from the Champions League and on social media they point to the Mexican Jorge Sánchez.
The game against Liverpool could keep the Netherlands team alive. But the Dutch were widely surpassed by the English team and in this way they were sent to fight for a place in the UEFA Europa League. This match had a designated principal and was the former player of the Águilas del América, Jorge Sánchez.
The Mexican was accused of having his degree of responsibility in the goals of Mohamed Salah having lost a split with Andy Robertson and also for having lost Darwin Núñez in the second English goal that destroyed the hopes of his club. Despite the singular annoyances with Sánchez, the whistle and reproach was general at the end of the game.
Jorge Sánchez has had opportunities
These criticisms fall like a bucket of cold water to the Mexican. Sánchez had enjoyed opportunities in the season, but has been infected by the poor performance of the club in general. So far the Mexican has played in nine games with the club and has been able to contribute a goal and an assist offensively.
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