The referee did not correctly send off Berisha, who leapt towards Abascal after the segment
MOSCOW, December 8 – RIA Novosti. The expert referee commission of the Russian Football Union (ESC RFU) accepted that the referee’s decision not to send a red card to Grozny midfielder Bernard Berisha in the Russian Premier League (RPL) match between Akhmat and Spartak Evgeniy Kukulyak was correct.
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Akhmat defeated Spartak at home with a score of 2:1 in the 17th round match of the Russian Premier League (RPL) on Sunday. Spartak head coach Guillermo Abascal received a straight red card for pushing Berisha in the first half. The Spaniard’s dissatisfaction stemmed from the player’s reaction to the team’s goal. Berisha jumped forward with both feet next to Abascal and ran to the stands next to the Spartak bench to celebrate the goal. On Wednesday, the coach apologized and the next day he was suspended for three matches (one suspended).
Additionally, ESC will host Dynamo and Zenit St. Petersburg in Moscow. He detected an error by the chief referee Pavel Kukuyan in the Russian Cup match played between St. Petersburg (1:0). The referee mistakenly gave a second warning to the home side’s midfielder Jorge Carrascal, because in the episode where the collision with Wilson occurred, Isidore Carrascal was moving at medium speed and played the ball.
In addition, referee Alexey Sukhoi’s decision to play against St. Petersburg in the 17th round of the championship. It was noted that Moscow did not correctly send off Lokomotiv midfielder Sergei Pinyaev in the episode where St. Petersburg Zenit midfielder Claudinho was hit in the knee area.
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