asks the CTA for an “explanation” for Abde’s disallowed goal

He VAR he has messed it up again. In the match that this Monday faced Osasuna and Celta Vigowhich ended in a goalless draw, a goal was disallowed abde for offside. The clamor came when it was discovered that the elbow of Chimy Avilawhen your shoulder does appear to be in a legal position.

Osasuna has shown his anger and has publicly announced that he will request the Technical Committee of Referees a clarification for the disallowed goal against Abde in the sadar: “The image offered by the VAR on the position of Chimy Ávila does not prove in any way the supposed irregular position of the striker in the action,” says the Navarrese club on its website and adds that for this reason “the rojilla entity will claim through official channels an explanation to the arbitration body to clarify if, as it seems, there has been a serious error in the use of technology that has significantly harmed Osasuna”.

Osasuna reiterates its “maximum respect for the arbitration group” and also positions itself “in favor of the use of technology to help in its difficult work, but, nevertheless, it strongly demands that the application of these tools be carried out with the necessary rigor in a top-level competition like LaLiga Santander”.

goalless tie

Osasuna’s coach, Jagoba kill yourselfaffirmed this Monday that he considers the point added against Celta de Vigo (0-0) “good” after playing a good game against “an opponent who was being very offensive.”

“I think we’ve been better than Celta, but this is about translating that superiority on occasions and we haven’t generated enough to be able to score a goal either,” analyzed the coach of the Navarrese team at the press conference after the game.

[Chimy Ávila dice sí a la Selección de Luis de la Fuente: “La defenderé con alma y vida si me toca”]

“We have had them defending for a long time. In the second half they have already started to hook us with the changes of Cervi and Seferovic. There were transitions and more danger,” he commented on how he saw the sky-blue team.

Arrasate expressed his regret at not having scored a goal “that would have put the game in our favor and that would have forced Celta to change that initial approach a bit.”

“We want to be better than the rival, which we have been for many phases, but this is also about scoring goals and being forceful in the areas. We have to be more incisive and load the area better,” he continued.

“We would have liked to win today and have been with 36, but we have to give it courage. There are 34 points and we continue to make our way, but we have not yet reached that first objective”, explained the man from Berriatúa before launching the last slogan: “We have to go to Valencia to win”.

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