It has been an unusual moment in football what has happened at Sánchez Pizjuán between Sevilla and Granada. The game was over and € they had to leave the locker room to play again.
De Burgos Bengoetxea had marked 4 minutes of discount with a 2-1 for Sevilla on the scoreboard. When the 93rd minute ran, the referee declared the end of the game. Quickly and incredulous, the Granada players and the delegate went to the referee to ask him what had happened why on the poster it had indicated 4 more minutes and there were 60 seconds left to play.
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Sevilla does not renounce anything.
“Few teams in our league they compete like this against a Seville who fights for the title. ”
“We have lacked generating danger to create fear.”
In the end it was possible to read on De Burgos Bengoetxea’s lips as he pointed to the clock: “It stopped me. It has stopped me “, while the Sevilla coaching staff made their players return from the dressing room, some even without a shirt.
NEVER SEEN: The referee’s clock stopped!
-Sign 4 off but whistle the end in 93 ‘
-The Granada protests, the VAR warns and that minute must be played
-Sevilla players must put their shirts and boots back on. # LaCasaDelFfootball pic.twitter.com/YRbl7eEt4k
– Football in Movistar + (@MovistarFutbol) April 25, 2021