Everton successfully appeals Dominic Calvert-Lewin ‘s red card From the game that tied with Crystal Palace in the FA Cup last week.
Calvert-Lewin Sent off for blocking Nathaniel Clyne, who didn’t appear to be violent or out of the game. At all, and referee Chris Kavanagh on the field didn’t give out a free kick when they clashed. But he was advised to check the footage slowly on the sidelines. ทางเข้า ufabet
Kavanagh’s change of heart to hand out a red card shocked players and fans, including the Palace players, and also made Sean Dyche, manager of the “Blue Toffees”. Admit that he had patience with VAR almost out
, another incident that has caused VAR and referees in England to face criticism. Many believe that Kavanagh’s viewing of the footage in slow motion. From the sidelines was a turning point because the slow motion seemed worse than in reality.
That led Everton to appeal on Friday and The FA agreed that it should not have been a red card. This allows the 26-year-old striker to play against Aston Villa this week.
If he is banned for three matches, he will also miss the game against Fulham and the game against Palace in the replay. But now Calvert-Lewin Can go on the field in every game