Vigo/Madrid, Feb 22 (EFE) Sociedad and two to Manu Trigueros, a Villarreal midfielder, after being sent off in the match against Mallorca.
The Spanish Federation reported this Wednesday that the Competition punished the footballer with one game for his expulsion in Anoeta, and with another two for “attitudes of contempt or inconsideration” towards the referee Ortiz Arias.
The Madrid referee recorded in the match report that Tapia was booked for “recklessly stepping on an opponent” in the 74th minute, and later saw the second yellow card for “objecting to my decision, after having been booked.”
In addition, in an annex, Ortiz Arias pointed out that the Peruvian international “once sent off and while still on the pitch, addressed me in the following terms:” What arrogance!
Tapia, therefore, will miss his team’s next matches in LaLiga against Real Valladolid, Osasuna and Rayo Vallecano.
Trigueros, for his part, was sent off with a direct red card in the 22nd minute of the match against Mallorca for “hitting an opponent with his hand in the face while the ball was in play but not in dispute”, with which the Competition has imposed on him two games of suspension in application of article 130.2.
The ‘yellow submarine’ midfielder will miss the matches against Getafe and Almería.
Likewise, Dani Vivian (Athletic) and the Argentine Guido Rodríguez (Betis) have been penalized with a match suspension, and José Ángel Carmona (Elche) for a double warning, and Osasuna fined for disturbing the order of the team. match against Real Madrid of a mild nature.
Regarding the twenty-eighth day of LaLiga SmartBank, the Argentine Marcos Mauro López, defender of Ibiza, has been sanctioned with two suspension matches after being sent off in the match against Alavés also for hitting an opponent with his hand in the face ; and with two others the Cape Verdean Heriberto Tavares (Ponferradina), who, according to the arbitration report, after finishing the match went to the fourth referee and said: “It was you, what a shame, go fuck yourself, fuck yourself.” the ass” “having to be separated by members of his own team who were present there and quickly retreating to his locker room so I couldn’t show him the red card”.
Due to the accumulation of reprimands, Jonathan Dubasin, Antonio Cristian Glauder (Albacete), Unai Elguezabal (Burgos), Waldo Rubio, Eladio Zorrilla (Tenerife), Miguel Ángel Rubio (Granada), Luis Miguel Sánchez (Oviedo), José Corpas ( Eibar), Agustín Medina (Ponferradina) and Óscar Sielva (Huesca).
Lautaro Fausto Grillo (Ibiza) has been sanctioned with one match for seeing the red card against Alavés; Iván Cabezudo (Albacete) and the coach Alberto Ginéz (Burgos) for conduct contrary to good sporting order; and Juan Muñoz (Leganés) and Juan Muñoz (Eibar) for violence during a match.