This is the classification of First and this is how it would be without VAR: 5th day

This is the classification of First and this is how it would be without VAR: 5th day

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This is the classification of First and this is how it would be without VAR: 5th day

Real Madrid come back at the Mestalla and become a solo leader. Atlético, who drew 0-0 against Athletic, are second, two points behind the whites; while Valencia remains in third position three points behind the lead. The fifth day is closed this Monday by Barcelona and Granada. The Catalans only have seven points, but they have pending to play against the Nazaris and the postponed against Sevilla.

Day full of video arbitration interventions. In Rayo-Getafe he acted twice and both were to signal penalties. The first would be to warn of a slap from Djené on Nteka. Trejo did not miss from eleven meters when Cordero, via VAR, conceded it. The second time he warned it was for a maximum penalty committed by Balliu. On that occasion, Dimitrievski stopped Ünal’s pitch. Oyarzabal’s launch at Real Sociedad-Sevilla was also stopped, which was whistled via VAR. In this match, Mateu went to the monitor to see a hand from Diego Carlos. At Betis-Espanyol, technology came in to warn of an entry by Pezzella about Aleix Vidal that cost the green-and-white footballer the red. In addition, he corrected an identity error for Del Cerro in Mallorca-Villarreal.

VAR interventions conditioned the sign

Betis 1 – Cádiz 1 (Without VAR, 1-0)

Rui Silva penalty on Lozano. Negredo throws it and it stops Rui SIlva, who had both feet in front of the line. It is seen by the VAR and it is repeated. Negredo brand.

Granada 1 – Valencia 1 (2-1)

Montoro’s goal annulled by the VAR for offside.

Levante 1 – Ray 1 (0-1)

The VAR warns of a hand within the Ciss area, although the Ray claimed a previous foul. Alberola Rojas sees her and points out a penalty. Roger transforms it.