The RB Leipzig ahead claimed the Egyptian ought to have been given his marching orders for his problem
Dani Olmo said Taher Mohamed ought to have been despatched off for a problem on Dani Ceballos throughout Spain’s 0-0 draw in opposition to Egypt on Thursday morning.
The Actual Madrid midfielder limped off the sector after he was caught by a deal with from the Al Ahly star within the first half on the Sapporo Dome.
Taher was receiving the ball on the flip and was oblivious of Ceballos’ presence as he closed in. The striker’s foot was planted onto the ankle of his opponent.
That incident was checked by VAR, with match referee Adham Makhadmeh suggested to check out a pitch aspect monitor.
After a protracted break in play for therapy and evaluation, a yellow card was proven to Taher.
Subsequently, the previous Arsenal loanee was pressured off and changed by Osasuna’s Jon Moncayola.
In his post-match response, Olmo was sad with the choice to not scale back the African crew to 10 males.
“It appeared unusual to me that the referee didn’t change the yellow card after consulting the VAR. There was little doubt that that the problem required a crimson card,” he advised the media.
“It’s not an excuse, however Dani Ceballos and Oscar Mingueza are necessary and hopefully they get better as quickly as potential.”
The RB Leipzig star additionally expressed his disenchantment that the affair led to a 0-0 draw.
“It’s clear that it was not what we needed, we needed to win as at all times. We knew that Egypt was going to remain deep, however we needed to play, as we often do,” he continued.
“We lacked a bit of extra verticality, but it surely’s good, moreover the draw there are issues to enhance and we’re going to work on it.”
In the meantime, coach of the European aspect Luis de la Fuente revealed Egypt bought what they needed, expressing his contentment with the result.
“A contradictory feeling. The primary match is at all times tough, and accidents disrupted us a bit, however I’m happy. We’ve to proceed and take into consideration the Australia match,” he stated.
“We knew we’re very sturdy. The issue shouldn’t be within the participant’s aggression, however within the particular person, who permits it. Egypt has succeeded in enjoying its match.
“There isn’t any time to calm down and take into consideration one thing aside from the subsequent opponent. We are going to see how we carry the gamers again and we will certainly be higher than at this time.”