Valencia CFTONeither the referee Gil Manzano nor the VAR were aware of the attack of the Korean defense
Valencia and Getafe staged a first leg quarterfinal matchhigh tension. A tie that had heated up with theMarcelino's statementsin the previous one when he assured that the blue box "always plays at the limits of the regulation" and thata shock to the face of a dog with increasingly strong entrances and encounters.
The second half copied the most intense entries. The most unsportsmanlike play came in the 69th minute, when the Getafe'sDamin pee without ball to the valencian end of 17 years, Kang In Lee. At that momentthe scoreboard was 0-0and the youth squad, which had put the blue defender in trouble during the first half,he fell to the ground visibly affected by the pisotnthat he had been a victim.
The play derived in atngana from which the goalkeeper Jaume and the striker Mata were reprimanded.
Aggression without a balne is clear in the images,but he did not have punishment every time the referee, Gil Manzano, or his assistantsthey saw it andthe VAR, although the red cards is one of the assumptions to be reviewed, do not succeed to arbitrate.