In the upcoming Brazil-Argentina game, the match officials will be led by Piero Maza from Chile. Maza, who made his top-flight debut in Chilean league soccer in 2013 and has been a FIFA-listed referee since 2018, will be assisted by Claurio Urrutia and Miguel Rocha, both also from Chile. The fourth official will be Felipe González from Chile as well. Additionally, Juan Lara and Edson Cisternas from Chile will serve as the VAR and AVAR for the match.
Piero Maza has officiated in domestic games in Saudi Arabia, where he drew criticism from Cristiano Ronaldo and Steven Gerrard after refereeing the Saudi King Cup tie between Al Nassr and Al Ettifaq in October. Despite this controversy, Maza remains a respected figure in the world of soccer and is known for his ability to make tough decisions under pressure.
The Brazil-Argentina game promises to be an exciting match with a strong lineup of talent on both sides. With Piero Maza at the helm as the main referee, fans can expect a fair and impartial call throughout the game.