Piero Quispe had a bad time in Mexico: he drew a penalty against him and his team was sent off | Cougars | Liga MX | game

Piero Quispe He didn't have a good time in Mexico. He has failed to score or provide an assist since his arrival at the Pumas, and last weekend's game against Toluca saw him create a penalty against him.

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The Peruvian footballer was watching the game on the bench, but an early injury to Santiago Trigos allowed him to enter in the 27th minute of the first half. However, his contribution was limited.

To make matters worse, with only 6 minutes on the pitch, Guisebu tripped Jesus Angulo in the area and drew a penalty against him. Toluca cashed in to make it 2-0.

Finally, Toluca defeated the Pumas by three goals and left the university team in 11th place with 16 points from 12 Liga MX matches.

Quisbe, who arrived at the start of the season and made his Pumas debut in Matchday 2, has not been able to compose himself and his side have been on a poor run of form since matchday 7.

The ex-Universitario player's discreet actions have generated endless criticism among Pumas fans on social networks: “The Peruvian is one of the biggest scams they have done to us over the years,” “They sold him to us like a jewel, he's one. Pumas are too much of a bunch”, “Pierro Quispe is a scam, he's a Came up with the best poster and showed nothing”.

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