The derby between Betis and Seville, for the round of 16 of the King’s Cup, stopped, and then officially stopped on Saturday evening, after about 40 minutes of play, after Joan Jordan, a Seville player, was hit by a pipe that came from the stands.
All this happened after Nabil Fekir made it 1-1 on the scoreboard. Pettis celebrated and Jordan hit the body. Immediately, some confusion arose, with numerous protests by elements of the Sevilla team, while the 27-year-old midfielder was getting help, with complaints in his head. Apparently, the tube through which he hit is light, but it was enough for the Spanish athlete to leave a complaint, as a result of the collision.
After about half an hour of expectations, in an official note, the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), at 21:52 (22:52 local time), confirmed the suspension of the match. Suspension of the King’s Cup knockout round match between Betis and Seville. The Spanish Football Federation condemns any act of violence on the field of play. Twitter.
After a shot from the pipe and a stoppage in the match, the Sevilla team retired to the dressing rooms after a few minutes. This happened after referee Ricardo de Burgos Bengotexia sent everything in this direction. Most of the elements that were still on the pitch waiting for a decision were from the Betis squad, at the same time as the security cordon was reinforced next to the Betis fans, on the bench at the Benito Villamarin stadium.
Betis players, including the Portuguese William Carvalho and Rui Silva, who started the match, remained on the bench until the official decision announced by the Spanish Football Federation, which prompted the players of the host team to finally give a farewell gesture, with applause to them. seats.
As for the history of the top scorer in the nearly forty minutes that was held on Saturday, Papu Gomez advanced to Seville in the 35th minute, and in the 39th minute Nabil Fekir scored a goal from a direct corner kick, before the moment that dictated the suspension. From the Andalusian derby.
Juande Ramos Reminder 2007
The crossed boundary in the Derbies between Betis and Seville met another sad episode on Saturday night and reminds me of what happened in 2007, on the same stage, when the Seville coach was then, Juande Ramos, hit by a bottle A plastic bag left him unconscious and even led to a trip to the hospital.
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