Sparta should have kicked a penalty, according to the commission, they did not make a mistake in Slovakia

Sparta should have kicked a penalty, according to the commission, they did not make a mistake in Slovakia
Sparta should have kicked a penalty, according to the commission, they did not make a mistake in Slovakia

In the other duels of the last round, they did not make any mistakes in decisions. According to the commission, all the disputed situations in the match between Slovakia and Slavi, which ended in a 1:1 tie, were also resolved. In the last minutes of the first round, the referee Miroslav Zelinka correctly disallowed Stanislav Tecel’s header on the basis of a video decision due to offside at 1:1.

The main arbitrator was not absent even in two controversial situations after the change of sides. At first, according to the commission, Zelinka initially did not give a penalty kick for the hand of Michal Tomi in the 52nd minute.

He played the game with his conscious feet and then unconsciously with his hands, stated the chairman of the commission, Radek Phoda, in the video, adding that, according to UEFA’s instructions, penalties should not be awarded in such a situation.

The commission agreed that Zelinka made the right decision even in the 71st minute, when he awarded a penalty kick for Slavia for a foul by Michal Kadlec on Ondej Linger. The offense is punishable by a fine. ra is part of the penalty area, so it was a penalty kick, noted Phoda about the penalty, which Luk Provod equalized at 1:1.

In the match between Hradec Krlov and Ostrava, according to the commission, the referee initially ruled out Filip Novotnho’s goal in the 56th minute. Red cards were also issued in the matches between Pardubice and Olomouc and Teplice and Jablonec.

The article is in Czech

Tags: Sparta kicked penalty commission mistake Slovakia

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