This was the controversial goal disallowed against Sevilla against Mallorca

This was the controversial goal disallowed against Sevilla against Mallorca

Sevilla does not have good luck this season with disallowed goals. Adriá Pedrosa scored a goal against Mallorca after a steal of the ball that would have earned his team a tie, which, however, leaves the island with a defeat that complicates life in the classification.

Pedrosa launched from outside the area and the ball bounced off his teammate En-Nesyri before entering. A touch that caused Alberola Rojas to be called by the VAR to review the play. In the opinion of the referees, the ball bounced off the hand of the Sevilla forward after hitting him in the back, so the goal was disallowed.

«I don't know what the referee said, but today mother things are going», he lamented Pedrosa After the match. First it hits him in the ass and he can't remove his hand. If you see it frame by frame it may seem, but He has her so attached. Shall we cut off her arm? They already annulled me one in Eindhoven that I don't know, my hand is here, I can't cut it off and we don't know what to do. We have to respect Sevilla a little more," he added.

Sevilla ended up losing the match (1-0) with a goal from Canadian Larin.