The curious solution that referee Andrés Merlos found to combat high temperatures

The last few days have been quite hot for the residents of Argentina and in this scenario, the matches have also withstood the high temperatures.

This situation has led to some matches having modified their start times and also adding a few minutes in each half so that the footballers can hydrate after the significant physical effort.

But something unexpected happened and it is related to the attitude he had Andres Merlosreferee of the match between Riestra and River held in Bajo Flores.

Before the start of the second half I can see him being quite focused. Apparently one of the props had given him some ice with which he passed it near his head with the idea of ​​combating the 30 degrees of temperature that were recorded in the Autonomous city of Buenos Aires.

G.M.

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