The 1x1 of the Real: The incomprehensible expulsion of Willian José was the beginning of the end

The referee and the VAR saw a non-existent aggression by the Brazilian that ultimately proved decisive.


-Rulli: I was playing a game that was remarkable until a center from the right side did not manage to measure the jump well, leaving only Iago Aspas to score 2-1. He gave his face for the team literally, because he ended up bleeding twice. The impetus played a dirty trick and knocked down Aspas in the penalty 1-1, which hits and almost cleared. He could have played the second part penalized by an injury, in which case it is not understood that he was not substituted, having Moya on the bench.

-Zaldua: he always leaves everything on the field, but sometimes he is more successful . This time it was not his best game. He suffered a lot with Boufal and he has a hard time closing his side in the Celta draw.

-Raúl Navas: He was serious in the frontal balls and in the disputes, but he had a mistake in the play of the penalty from 1-1 to do not calculate well because of the strong wind.

-Aritz Elustondo: Good match, serious and without getting into any puddle in the puddles that were in the heavy rain. Again, the most accurate defense. Go back to more.

-Theo: Improved with respect to other afternoons. It was good to rest during the week. In attack he was superior, especially in the first part, with several shots in which he brushed the goal. In defense he suffered again, to the point that his back was beaten in 2-1.

-Zubeldia: The best Real player on the pitch of Balaídos. He dominated the midfield in an exalted first part and especially in the most complicated moments after the break. Superb with a ball and without a ball. It grazed the goal with two shots from outside the area that forced Rubén to do two good stretches.

-Merino: Between the lines he made a very neat match, so much that Real lowered his attacking presence when he was replaced. Almost gave the tie to Aspas in the first half with a bad horizontal pass.

-Ruben Pardo: barely had significance in the game of Real. Something better in the first part, diluted completely after the break. The conditions did not help his style of play. Replaced with logic.

-Oyarzabal: On the right low performance and should stop putting him in that position. Everything interesting that he did came when he appeared inside. He was close to scoring twice from inside the area. Whenever it appears something happens. Objective of the penalty with which the Real went ahead.

-Sandro: He had a new opportunity and this time contributed something more to the collective work, but again he was unfortunate in the face of goal. He plays anxiously and that makes him lose clarity in his actions. He could score with a scoring shot in the first half that Rubén caught in two stages.

-Willian José: He returned to score from a penalty and showed how important it is for this Real. Someone will have to explain where is the aggression for which he was expelled. That the VAR was not able to correct the decision of the referee speaks of the incapacity of the people who are in the VOR room. Incomprehensible. His unjust and unjustifiable expulsion ended with Real's options to win. It was decisive in the result, the inflection point that marked the course of the game.

-Sangalli: It came out in the second part and almost coincided with the expulsion of Willian José. He put caste in each of his actions and could score a goal scissors that went by the squad.

-Juanmi: Nobody understood that he did not follow in the eleven after his Partidazo against Betis. He had little time to create danger, but still generated attack options with one player less the Real.

-Bautista: Little time to have goal options. Brega up without result.



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