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HomesportBall - Duarte Gomez's analysis of Moreirense cases - Porto (La Liga)

Ball – Duarte Gomez’s analysis of Moreirense cases – Porto (La Liga)

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Too many offenses, too many cards

In some bids, Hélder Malheiro was very rigorous in analysis

Referee score: 6

Helder Malheiro, from AF Lisbon, went to Moreira de Cunejos to direct Moreirense and Porto’s league debuts – with Rui Costa captaining the VAR. The referee from Lisbon has presence and quality and follows bids closely, although he has a hard line, that is, he does not tolerate transgressions or unsportsmanlike behaviour. This was very evident in several moments of the match, some of which seemed very stern in the assessment he made.

Below is a technical analysis of the most important moments of the game:

6 ‘ – Gonzalo Franco captured Ottavio near his domain. The referee analyzed the throw correctly. A well-marked free kick.

10′ Well shown yellow card for Tiago Aguiar (on the technical bench), for protesting the decision of the referee, who did not consider Marcano’s cross hand illegal. It is important that the technical elements well assimilate the recommendations of the judges for this season, and avoid excesses in their behaviour. They will not bring anything good for themselves or their clubs.

21 ‘ – Lack of Grujic in the central area. The ball was left in good shape for Morence’s attack, which is why the referee used the advantage well.

22 ‘ – Joao Mario was late at the time of entering the show and ended up taking down Camacho, after he also got stuck with another opponent the moment before. It is accepted by reading that the second violation was by negligence.

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35 ‘ – Maracas deflected with his body (not his arm) a bicycle kick that was taken by Fabio Cardoso. Legal throw in the Moreirense area.

37 ‘ – A new good feature applied by Helder Malhero, in the event of a foul on Joao Mario, the ball would follow it in better conditions for his team. If there is no negligence in the offense there is no yellow card. The referee was fine.

45 ‘ – Third excellent implementation of the feature after a bug on Galeno. The option allowed Taremi to isolate himself and he almost scored, although in the meantime he was reported offside (which left some doubts).

NB The first half ended with naming 13 fouls and showing a yellow card.

51 ‘ – Moreirense goal, with the appropriate clarification: Goncalo Franco, the center of the area, could not touch the ball before it reached Frimpong’s knee/leg. This is the only way to justify the endorsement of the bid either by the assistant referee or later by the VAR. The Netherlands left-back will look offside if a teammate clears the ball. The bid will be well analyzed by the arbitration team.

62 ‘ Yellow showed up well for Ofori after defeating Galeno, preventing the opponent from continuing a promising attack.

67 ‘ Goal for Porto, scored by Tony Martinez. The Spanish striker was in a legal position when he was released by Fabio Cardoso.

68 ‘ – Gallino’s left hand prevented Andre Lewis from making progress with the ball in a quick exit. The unsportsmanlike offense was penalized with a warning.

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72 ‘ Lisbon referee deceived by Marcelo’s stunning fall. Tony Martinez arrived late and stepped on the Brazilian’s toe, but in an area and in such a way that the referees are told not to give me a disciplinary penalty (when they analyze it properly). The yellow color shown to the Spaniard was incorrect.

74 ‘ FC Porto’s second goal after a legal step with their attack.

76 ‘ – Dennis Pinto was well warned after punching Wendell (in the face) in an unsportsmanlike manner.

78 ‘ — Wendell was rightly warned after making a reckless entrance at Madison’s feet.

90 + 2′ – The second yellow card and the subsequent red card look good for Wendell, after a disdain for Madson – the Brazilian defender stomped on his opponent’s foot.

90 + 5′ Wrong decision by the referee to show a yellow card to Nico Gonzalez. The Spanish midfielder from FC Porto was ostensibly pushed by an opponent and did not display any kind of behavior that warranted disciplinary action. The warning to Fabiano was correct.

90 + 8′ Ottavio took down Gonzalo Franco and there was a moment of confrontation between the two. The referee was never forgiving and once again resorted to cards to settle the matter.

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