Roy Rabivo's second yellow card, Hapoel Jerusalem against Bnei Sakhnin (Sport 1)
Precisely after taking the lead in the away game this evening (Monday) against Bnei Sakhnin, Hapoel Jerusalem suffered a difficult loss that came as a result of a big mistake by referee Gal Levy.
Ziv Aryeh's left back, Roy Rabivo, received his first yellow in the 21st minute, and just three minutes later he saw a second yellow and was sent off.
The defender, who is on loan from Maccabi Tel Aviv, skated and saved a clean ball from Fardi Plouman, but the referee drew a yellow card and sent him away.
As we know, the screen referees cannot reverse a decision on a yellow card, so they were unable to intervene in changing the decision.
Hard to believe.
Revivo (Photo: Barney Ardov)
The Hapoel Jerusalem players were amazed by Levy's decision, and the club's Twitter account was also not indifferent and tweeted: "Roy Rabivo with a nice slide and a clean save, which means a second yellow and a red in some world."
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