The Alavés, satisfied by the withdrawal of the yellow Aleix

The referee of the party, Cordero Vega, appreciated simulation in a penalty committed by Real Madrid.


The Competition Committee has taken the yellow card from Aleix Vidal because he does appreciate contact in a set that the Balearic referee did not value as a penalty in the 6th minute of the match against Real Madrid in Mendizorroza. Not only did he not decree the maximum penalty but he showed the Tarragona player a warning. Once seen the videographic evidence, Competition has dismissed the collegiate with the consequent satisfaction of the club and the player. What is being thrown now the penalty to tie the game is obviously science fiction.

On the other hand, the Alavés can present allegations to the complaint that the LFP has made, ex officio, against the same player for celebrating the goal of his teammate Lucas Pérez making a sleeve cut. It is not very clear if it was dedicated to Sergio Ramos, the fans or the infinite horizon. But the truth is that, on its own, the League has made the complaint to Competition and Anti-Violence. He has also brought to the attention of the sanctioning authorities the chants of one of the stadium's funds towards the Real Madrid players.

The one that has been sanctioned by the fifth yellow and will lose the commitment against Granada in Los Cármenes is the left back Rubén Duarte. He saw the card after a hard tackle to an opponent at the edge of the area. Another player ruled out for Saturday is the young Borja Sáinz, who played with the subsidiary of Segunda B and saw two yellows in Tajonar against Osasuna B. If Garitano summoned him and played for a minute, improper alignment would be committed.



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