William Carvalho, low due to suspension at Vila-real

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William Carvalho saw this Sunday in the match of Real Betis against Real Madrid a yellow card for protesting the discount in the first half of a foul indicated by Soto Grado on Aitor Rubial that interfered with a clear counter-attack by Rodri, and the Portuguese will not be able to play next Sunday in the ceramics stadium against him Villarreal , by accumulating five yellow cards, for which he will be charged a match by the Competition Committee.

Borja Iglesias and Sabaly also saw yellow cards in the match against Real Madrid (0-0), in both cases the first of the season, although the Galician striker was sent off with a straight red card in the derby against Sevilla FC on the 13th of the match. . Besides William Carvalho, in Real Betis they were warned of suspension, with four yellow cards, Luiz Henriqe and Guardado, who did not see anything in the match against Real Madrid, despite the fact that during the broadcast on television the Brazilian winger was awarded one It will not be seen in minutes, so both will be able to play in the next league game.

In the ranks of the Madrid team, Vinicius, Camavinga, Rodrygo and Militao were scolded. Camavinga’s yellow card was his fourth of the season, where he was given a penalty warning, while Vinicius has already seen seven, mostly for protesting, for which he has equaled the number of warnings which was seen in the goals scored. so far this season in the League. Militao saw third and Rodrygo second.

Source: La Verdad

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