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VIDEO: Vietnamese team let opponents score after protesting late penalty!

An unprofessional moment happened in the Vietnamese V-League this season when Long An FC allowed their opponents Ho Chi Minh City to score in their 5-2 loss on Sunday.

The game was completely fine from the beginning, but it turned into an insanity after the referee awarded a late penalty to the hosts.

Long An as the visitors collectively decided to stop playing as their protest to the referee’s decision who gave a soft penalty to Ho Chi Minh City.

Goalkeeper Nguyen Minh Nhut was ordered by his team to allow Victor Ormazabal score from penalty spot in as he deliberately turned his back.

Shortly after that, Long An ridiculously offered free passage for Ormazabal, Nguyen Tuan Anh and Rod Dyachenko to score another goals in the final moments of the game.