The VAR cancels an own goal by the defender of Cadiz Juan Cala

Although there were many things he didn’t like about last Sunday’s match at Cívitas Metropolitano, Míchel finally opted not to touch anything and repeat the same eleven that had lost there by 2-1. Taty Castellanos was again the most advanced man in the team with Riquelme and Herrera behind him. The Argentinian again wore down a lot in the first half in the pressure and practically did not appear in offensive actions. In the rematch, especially after Stuani’s entry into the field, Castellanos had much more participation. First, with a shot on the crossbar and then with a goal that would not go on the scoreboard due to clear offside, already at the end. In between, the striker saw how the VAR annulled a scissor target in Juan Cala’s own goal for a foul on him prior to the refuge. Although both the main referee and the assistant referee initially validated the goal, the VAR urged him to watch the replay and, from the monitor, De Burgos Bengoetxea decided that the goal would not go on the scoreboard . Castellanos had previously been cautioned for reprimanding a Cadiz player who did not waste time. The card is the fourth of the course and leaves him just one away from the penalty.



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