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Ligue 1: Lens publishes a video to tackle arbitration in Brest


The northern club posted an ironic video on Monday to denounce the refereeing during its match in Brest this Sunday (1-1) during

The Sang et Or have still not digested the arbitration of Benoît Bastien, this Sunday, during their match in Brest (1-1) on behalf of the 22nd day of L1.

They came back against three very questionable decisions: a penalty not whistled in their favor after a handball from Brestois Belkebla in his area, an offensive handball from Lees-Melou on the Brest goal and the absence of a card for Lees Melou (who had already collected a warning) after a tackle which injured Deiver Machado.

“That there is debate on the penalty for us, why not.

But on the action of Brest's goal, there is a hand (from Pierre Lees-Melou) which takes the ball in the opposite direction, an offensive hand which must be whistled, it was not, estimated the manager Franck Haise after the game.

Finally, I have a player in the emergency room on a tackle that I consider very borderline, which is worth at least a yellow, while the player (again Lees-Melou) had already taken a yellow.


“Forgotten VAR Compilation”

RC Lens, 3rd in L1 on equal points with OM (2nd), is now eight points behind PSG.

The northern club added a layer this Monday by publishing a video compiling the three disputed actions with a humorous tone in order to point out the refereeing errors and regret the non-intervention of the VAR managed by Hakim Ben El Hadj and Christian Guillard.

On a format borrowed from the duo Kad and Olivier, the artesian club puts forward a "compilation of the forgotten VAR" and invents nicknames for the referee: "He prefers hand to football, it's Jean-Michel çajoue" ;

"He closes his eyes in the surface, it's Jean-Michel Padepéno" or "He doesn't like the color yellow, it's Jean-Michel pasdecarton".

Yesterday, Lensois midfielder Jimmy Cabot, still injured, had already pointed the finger at the VAR by writing on Twitter: “Mdrrrr, the guys in the truck.. It's terrible!

Again my friend Ben El Hadj who is picking up.

It was indeed Hakim Ben El Hadj who officiated when the former Angevin was seriously injured against Montpellier.

And he was also on the whistle when Jonathan Gradit broke his jaw against Troyes.

Source: leparis

All sports articles on 2023-02-06

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