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'Outrageous' dive by Chilean player set to lead to punishment

Universidad de Concepcion's Jean Meneses, left, will face a sports tribunal for a dive.

A Chilean player is likely to face punishment after a blatant, self-confessed dive led to a match-winning penalty for his team.

Jean Meneses, a striker for Universidad de Concepcion, exaggerated his fall in the 84th minute of his team's 2-1 win over Colo Colo in the Chilean Primera Division on Sunday.

The head of Chile's refereeing commission, Enrique Osses, said referee Hector Jona made a mistake for awarding a penalty and for not punishing Meneses for the dive.

Meneses has been called to testify...

ESPN FC  By ESPN

Camargo scores Beckham-like stunner from behind halfway line in Chile

Everybody in the stadium stood in awe when Alejandro Maximiliano Camargo struck a stunning first-time effort from way beyond the halfway line in Universidad de Concepcion's 3-1 win over O'Higgins in the Chile Primera on Sunday.

Goals from Francisco Alarcon and Michael Lepe gave UDC a 2-0 lead before Manuel Bravo of O'Higgins was sent off on 62 minutes. Gaston Lezcano still managed to pull one back in the 70th minute but Camargo stepped up to stun the crowd with the last kick of the game.