Competition estimates the allegations of Betis and leaves the yellow one for Guarded in Valladolid without effect
The Mexican midfielder will continue with two yellow cards so far this season, three from completing the cycle
ANDl Competition Committee, meeting this Wednesday at the Las Rozas Football City, on Madrid, has upheld the allegations presented by the legal department of the Betis leaving without disciplinary effects the yellow card received last Sunday by Andrew Saved in the match against Valladolid, disputed in the Jose Zorrilla.
The Verdiblanco club alleged the existence of “a manifest material error” in the arbitration act “in relation to the warning” received by Saved in the 40th minute for, supposedly, “recklessly knocking down an opponent on the ballot”. The Betis understands that “such reckless action does not occur and that the rival falls by his own action.”
After examining the allegations and the videographic evidence provided by the club, the Committee it deduces “the existence of a manifest material error” of the referee since “it is observed that the admonished player, in effect, does not cause the rival to fall, who ends up on the ground due to his own action. So the card a Saved.
Mandi and Fekir, sanctioned
In this way, the Mexican midfielder will continue with two cards received this season, three before completing the cycle, and four games before the end of the championship, much calmer regarding the possibility of having to miss any of the remaining matches until the end the League by accumulation of yellow.
Mandi Y Fekir, however, they will serve a suspension match next Monday against the grenade due to accumulation of cards after being cautioned by Pizarro Gomez for protesting and for taking a foul without authorization from the referee, respectively.