Neymar Júnior, being held clearly by Hugo Mallo

It forgave two cards to Mallo

Bikandi Garrido Saved to Hugo Mallo of the expulsion

Published:2/10/2016 - 21:34h

Updated:3/10/2016 - 01:47h

The Basque referee Bikandi Garrido was not very hit in the start of the Celtic of Vigo-FC Barcelona. The referee forgave him a caution to the local side Hugo Mallo after an agarrón clear on Neymar and another back fault

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The horrible night of the FC Barcelona in Balaídos did not begin, as it was to expect, of the best of the ways for the group of Luis Enrique. As with zero to zero in the marker, and to penalties begun the meeting, the Basque referee Bikandi Garrido forgave him to the side celtiña Hugo Mallo a caution. Minutes afterwards, the referee went back to signal another infringement of the Galician on "Ney", also merecedora of card that did not take out.

The first played took place in the minute one of party. With the Barça dominating and leaving to Neymar only in the frontal of the area, the only way to stop it was holding it clearly. Something by what any referee would have taken him out a caution but that Garrido did not consider it like this.

The fault kicked by the eleven culé was was and the blaugranas did not benefit of the played in at all. Later, in the minute seventeen, again the fine attacker Brazilian went back to sortear to several defenders until arriving to the presence of Hugo Mallo. The side launched on him to avoid that it advanced. An action that went back to show the indulgence of the referee in this crash.

And it is that all this took place before the first goal of the Celtic. All could have changed if the referee had showed him the first caution, as or Mallo there would be tumbado to Neymar Júnior that colaba dangerously inside the area, or would have done it and would have gone to the street. But clear, arbitrate from out is easier that on the terrain of game.


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