The Israeli striker's goal was disallowed with the help of the VAR, but his team finished the bottom match against Elche in a 2: 2 draw • Mitchell (71) and Joaquin (90), scored in the final minutes
The referee rules out Sean Weissman's wake-up call tonight against Elche
Sean Weissman's Valladolid managed to stay above the red line tonight (Tuesday) after a 2-2 home draw against Elche in the bottom half, as part of the 19th round of the Spanish league.
The hosts were two goals behind by the 71st minute, but a comeback sponsored by Mitchell and Joaquin Fernandez set them a valuable point for the future.
Sean Weissman, who started in the lineup and played 90 minutes, was involved in the first minutes in two dangerous attacks by the host, but already in the ninth minute, it was Husan who gave the visitors the lead with an impressive kick to the net.
Three minutes before the break, Elche went up to 0-2 and it happened again "through" Hussein, who completed a marvelous double.
In the 62nd minute, Sean Weissman already started celebrating after pushing a shrinking goal up close, but after a VAR check the goal was disqualified due to a claim of a touch by the Israeli striker.
In the 71st minute the host found the net with a strong kick from Mitchell, who managed to narrow the score.
Because in the 90th minute, Joaquin Fernandez took advantage of a raise from Pablo Herbias, who arranged for him to hit a ball, which ended up landing only in the net.
Dramatic 2: 2 among the bottom in Spain.
The game between Cadiz and Levante also ended in 2: 2.