Gerardo Torrado and Robbie Rogers - August 10, 2011
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You Make The Call: Should Torrado have seen red?


US national team manager Jurgen Klinsmann did not make much of the refereeing after the 1-1 tie vs. Mexico. That's just not his style.

In addition to two penalty kick appeals in the second half, the USA also felt hard done by in the 85th minute when the American players wanted Mexico's Gerardo Torrado sent off for taking down Robbie Rogers, who was sprinting in alone on goal with the score tied at 1-1.

Jamaican referee Raymond Bogle decided that it was not a clear-cut scoring opportunity given the distance from the goal and issued a yellow card on the play when Torrado seemed to be expecting the worse.

Do you agree with Bogle or should it have been a red card. Watch the play below and then vote in the poll!



WATCH: Torrado takes down Rogers (4:15 mark of highlight reel)

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