Ángel Sánchez (born March 3, 1957) is a former football (soccer) referee from Argentina, best known for supervising two matches (South Africa–Slovenia and Portugal–South Korea) during the 2002 FIFA World Cup held in South Korea and Japan. The latter game became noted as Sánchez was hit in the stomach by Portuguese attacker João Pinto after Sánchez gave Pinto a red card for a tackle against Park Ji-Sung. Sánchez's official first division debut was in 1982; he retired in 2006.
Where was Ángel Sánchez born?
Ángel Sánchez was born in Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires.
How would Ángel Sánchez be described?
Ángel Sánchez would be described as Argentine football referee.
What is the gender of Ángel Sánchez?
Ángel Sánchez is male.
When was Ángel Sánchez born?
Ángel Sánchez was born on 03.03.1957.
What is Ángel Sánchez subject of?
Ángel Sánchez is subject of 1957 births, Living people, Place of birth missing (living people), Copa América referees, Argentine football referees and 2002 FIFA World Cup referees.