Week 28 controversy

Referee Daniel Sánchez Lara bring us the analysis of the most controversial decisions on the week 28.

ELCHE-VALENCIA. Alcacer’s goal disallowed
It’s not easy to see if he is offside, even in the replay. There would be a centimeters distance, so you can’t blame the referee’s assistant.

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RAYO-MALAGA. Angeleri’s red card
The Argentinian hits Bueno in his neck. Clear yellow card, his second, so a red card.

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DEPORTIVO-ESPANYOL. Caicedo’s goal disallowed
Victor Sánchez is offside when he hits the ball for the second time, so Caicedo’s action should be cancelled. Good call by the assistant in a quick play.

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DEPORTIVO-ESPANYOL. Penalty on Oriol Riera.
Hector Moreno pushes Oriol Riera although we don’t know the strength of it. To award a penalty it has to be more clear.

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ATLETICO-GETAFE. Torres’ goal
Torres heads onside. It’s true that there are three Atlético players offside, but they don’t participate in the action and they aren’t in the ball’s trajectory.

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REAL SOCIEDAD-CORDOBA. Pantic red card
The centre back commits a risky foul near the box and being the last man. According to where the ball was going, the speed and the goalkeepers’ position, it would have been enough with a yellow card. A mistake that decided the game very early.

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BARCELONA-REAL MADRID. Bale’s disallowed goal
When Ronaldo receives the ball he is just offside, and touches the ball to the Welsh. Good call by the assistant referee.

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