Piqué and Suárez saw the fifth yellow and will not play in Huesca

The central defender of Barcelona will rest in LaLiga. The referee, Gil Manzano, showed him the yellow card after berating him with a foul on Morata.


Gerard Piqué saw the fifth yellow against the Atlético de Madrid and will not play next Saturday against Huesca. The central defender of Barcelona saw the card after angrily protesting the decision of the referee Gil Manzano in an action with Alvaro Morata. The referee pointed out infringement against the Barcelona player in the 74th minute and Piqué rebuked the action for what ended up seeing the fifth yellow card, which brings suspension.

Piqué will not play in Huesca after playing the first leg of the Champions' quarter final in Manchester and will be cooler for the return against United on April 16.

Luis Suárez is the other Barcelona player who will not play in Huesca for the same reason either. The Uruguayan forward saw yellow for taking off his shirt, after scoring Oblak's first goal of the game in the 87.

minute. There were also two other players who also had the risk of missing the match of the next day if they saw a card: Sergio Busquets Ivan Rakitic. Neither of the two was sanctioned by Gil Manzano, so they could be in Huesca if the coach considers it convenient,

It seems clear that the game of the next day against the bottom presents more as an obstacle than anything, since the calendar has wanted to be in the middle of the two games of the quarterfinal round of the Champions League against Manchester United. This situation invites us to think that Valverde could dose a good part of its staff , since there are only three days of rest, both before the match against United and after.

For now, Valverde has already taught part of his cards, with the loss of two key men like Piqué and Suárez facing the next day



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