Josh Cullen was supposed to have received a red card from referee Jonathan Lardot during Club Brugge – Anderlecht. The Belgian Governance announced this.
Club Brugge striker Bas Dost groaned in pain as the Anderlecht midfielder continued with his open foot in the first match. Coleen is shown only yellow card. We’ve seen weeks of suspension this season for these kinds of mistakes.
“That was just dark red,” Dost said after the match. “We can laugh at it, but I think it’s unbelievable: It keeps full on my ankles.”
The administration did not blame the Dutchman. “Josh Cullen is too late to play the ball and hits the Club Brugge player on the ankle and above him with buttons. The referee is given a yellow card for making a reckless foul. The professional refereeing department expects to receive a red card for serious bad play.”
But VAR was not allowed to intervene. “ Since there is no high severity of the fault (the heel touches the ground when making a foul) and excessive force, there are not all criteria for VAR intervention and the referee’s decision is not A clear and obvious mistake. “
Carcella also got red
Standard shot himself merrily against KV Oostende. The ball rolled five minutes after the end of the first half when the ball rolled Mehdi Carcela Heavy on the reed of Jack Hendry. The Dribbler was already yellow and thus booked twice and sent off the field, but this attack could also be a direct red.
In the 48th minute, record player Mehdi Carcella does a job in the middle of the field. He plays the ball too far, is too late to move and Ostend strikes Jack Hendry. It does this at a high intensity: a straight leg, with buttons forward, above the ankle and the right leg. This error threatens the safety of the Ostend player. The referee gives a yellow card for a stray foul. Because Mehdi Carcella actually received a yellow card in the 26th minute, he was eliminated with a second yellow card. ”
So the professional refereeing department expected to issue a direct red card for the serious foul due to this error. “And VAR intervention because all criteria are in place for” field review “such as high intensity, excessive force, high interference and contact, straight leg and forward screws.”