Kevin Moscoso: the aggression of the communications porter to a ball shooter transcended (The file in the PDH and the coordination of the PGN)

Kevin Moscoso, the usual goalkeeper of Communications, had a difficult game in Malacatán; he conceded two goals, one for a bad start and also starred in a regrettable episode.

It was one of those games to be forgotten, in which Comunicaciones fell 2 to 0 and will reach the final back, on Sunday at 8 p.m., in the Doroteo Guamuch Flores, with the pressure of going down on the scoreboard and looking for a feat if he wants to stay with the title.

Although in general the team led by Willy Olivera was outmatched by a rival who, although he did not shine, knew how to be forceful and handled the result well, Kevin Moscoso was the main one pointed out after the defeat.

It was the 58th minute of the game when the white goalkeeper, in an action that made his lack of concentration clear, pushed the ball boy and was cautioned by Mario Escobar.

It immediately became the topic of conversation on social media and, a day after what happened, that action could have more complicated consequences than a simple yellow card.

This Friday, the Human Rights Ombudsman (PDH) He published a message on social networks in which he assures that the Auxiliary of the PDH opened a file and will coordinate actions with the Attorney General’s Office in the face of a public complaint of “aggression by a soccer player against a child during a sports match in Malacatán.”

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