Villarreal will send a letter of protest for arbitration in Bilbao

first_imgVillarreal, in particular, will request information on why the penalty was indicated by Pau Torres, when the center no longer only intended to touch the ball with them but had them on their backs; another action is the entry of Walk Cape over Santi Cazorla, for which he saw yellow but that the images appreciate that it could have been sanctioned with red cardboard; the third action is a possible penalty on Paco Alcácer in the last minute of the game, an action in which the yellow club has the feeling of not having been reviewed when the penalty indicated by Raúl Albiol’s action It was the referee of VAR who urged to review the play.Gil Manzano has directed Villarreal this season in three games from the VAR. Against Levante, in which he urged repeating a penalty for having advanced in the pitch Andrés Fernández, a penalty that the referee did not see and it was the VAR who urged to review the action on television. The second game was in Mestalla where Cillessen cut a penalty to Gerard Moreno, thinking of Villarreal that the Valencia goalkeeper advanced as Andres Fernandez did against Levante. The third and last game, this Sunday in San Mamés. Villarreal will transfer a letter of complaint to the Technical Committee of arbitrators. This has been given by the club to complain and ask for explanations about some of the controversial moves of the match between Athletic and Villarreal played in San Mamés. The people of Castellón want to be explained some of the decisions made by both the colleague Medié Jiménez and his assistant VAR Gil Manzano.last_img read more