Controversy in the Betis-Sevilla of the Copa del Rey


Scandal at Benito Villamarín: Aggression against Jordán and suspension of Betis-Sevilla

Published:15/01/2022 - 22:59h

Updated:16/01/2022 - 01:50h

Real Betis-Sevilla has been marked by an unacceptable attack on Joan Jordán during the first part of the match. The Sevillian team player was hit with an object thrown from the stands

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I WRAP MONUMENTAL! The derbi Andalusian, between the Real Betis and Seville by the eighth of final of the Glass of Rey, has been marked by an aggression to the player sevillista Joan Jordán, the one who was struck with an object launched from the terracing of Goal South. The party was suspended momentáneamente, the two teams withdrew the changing room and lit the controversy in Benito Villamarín.

Justo after the olympic goal of Nabil Fekir, that supposed the tie of the venues to fault of five minutes for the end of the party, the party remained detained. In the celebration, fell in the field a stick in the head of Jordán. The object was launched by a fan and the player had to be attended in the field.

After some minutes of deliberation and that Jordán left to the band, hurting of the hit while it was attended. Shortly after, the referee authorised the exit of the players, slopes that it took the decision of if it suspended or no the party. They were to the expect of the decision of the Real Spanish Federation of football and, obviously, of the state of the assaulted Jordán. The Seville at all times showed against of reaunar the party.

The RFEF pronounced minutes afterwards confirming the postponement of the meeting, through a communiqué: it suspends the party of eighth of final of Glass of the King between the Real Betis and Seville. The RFEF condemns all act of violence in the terrains of game", aimed in his social networks.

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