Cadiz, who is in 18th place in La Liga in Spain, demanded a ‘9 minute replay’ from La Liga. This is because he lost points due to a mistake during the game.
Cadiz drew 1-1 with Elche in the 17th round of Spanish La Liga in the 2022-23 season held at Estadio Nuevo Mirandiya in Cadiz, Spain at 5 am (hereinafter referred to as Korean time) on the 17th. Cadiz only added one point and failed to escape the relegation zone in 18th place in the league.
It was a game Cadiz could have won. Cadiz took the lead in the 7th minute through Brian Ocampo’s goal. Cadiz, who kept the lead until the 35th minute of the second half, could have escaped the relegation zone by adding 3 points if the game ended as it is, and could rise vertically to 14th place.
Unfortunately, the tying goal was eaten. In the 36th minute of the second half, Elche striker Ezequiel Ponce connected Lautaro Blanco’s cross with a powerful header, shaking Cadiz’s net. In the end, Cadiz had to stay in the relegation zone after a 1-1 draw with Elche. 먹튀검증
But this was a mistake. The first time Ponce tried to catch a pass near the half-line, he was in an offside position. The decision could have been changed sufficiently through video review (VAR), but VAR did not take issue with this scene, and Ponce’s goal was recognized as a goal.
A rematch was requested in an official statement. It’s 9 minutes, not 90 minutes. On the 18th, Cadiz said on its official website, “The club disputes the game and requests a replay from the 81st minute. Despite the obvious offside preceded (…) the referee team made a serious, inexcusable, unjustified decision. There is no doubt that a mistake was made, which caused irreparable damage to Cadiz.”
There is also a possibility that a ‘9 minute rematch’ will be held. In 2004, during a match between Real Madrid and Real Sociedad, there was a commotion in which the game was suspended in the 42nd minute due to a ‘fake bombing’. Since everyone in the stadium was evacuated, it was agreed that the match would only be played for ‘the last 6 minutes (3 minutes + extra time)’, and on 5 January 2005 the remaining 6 minutes were played at the Santiago Bernabéu.
However, this is not possible according to football rules. Football rules state that a match cannot be annulled due to a wrong decision by the VAR.