Verdú recives a red card


Red to Elche, possible expulsion of Kessié, goal annulled to Pedri... All the controversy of the Bar

Published:17/09/2022 - 17:37h

Updated:17/09/2022 - 18:20h

Barça-Elche started with several frictions that led to early arbitration rulings, such as the yellow card for Kessié, who was almost sent off minutes later. The VAR has also decided several plays

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The controversy has not been extraneous to the crash starred by the FC Barcelona and the Elche in the sixth day of LaLiga. Although the superiority culé has been evident during the commitment, the referee also has been in the centre of the controversy in front of some decisions to the edge of the regulation even from the first minutes of the meeting contested in the Camp Nou.

You grieve to the 4', the referee Alejandro Muñiz Ruiz had to show the first yellow card to Franck Kessié after litigating a balloon in the air with Lucas Boyé, the one who had to be aided by the medical personnel of the Elche and would go back to the field three minutes afterwards. But the controversy would not remain there, to the 13 minutes, Gonzalo Caicedo Verdú received a red card by an infringement on Lewandowski in a self-evident occasion of goal.

Once again, Kessié had risked. The marfileño would star a similar action to the first when extending the arm in the face of John Nwankwo. The ilicitanos would protest of forceful way, especially in the case of Pedro Bigas, the one who would receive a yellow card by the catchword, shortly before the first goal of the Barcelona that put him up in the first time.

The so much cancelled to Pedri

The played was reviewed by the videoarbitraje and later Memphis would sign the second. It was the best moment of the party for the Barça, that in fact could have increased his advantage with the goal of Pedri, but the played finished being cancelled by the referee when considering that the Canarian midfield player found in illicit position to the moment to mark.

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