Switzerland-Northern Ireland 2-0, Referee dismisses Irishman for late in line – Corriere.it

Switzerland-Northern Ireland 2-0, Referee dismisses Irishman for late in line - Corriere.it
From Salvatore Riggio

In the 37th minute of the first half, the referee surprised everyone by giving Louise a second yellow card for wasting his time.

The dismissal decided by the referee causes discussion, or at least some confusion Slavko Vinsik A Lewis, Northern Ireland defender, World Cup qualifiers are valid for the match against Switzerland in Geneva. With this victory – 2-0, goals from Suber and Fassnach – Swiss They bring in three points from Italy, With one match less than Assouri, they will play in Lithuania on Tuesday, October 12, with only one last win in the group (3-1 against Bulgaria). At this point, the November 12 direct confrontation between Italy and Switzerland will be crucial. Even Italy can be satisfied with a draw as they have a great goal difference.

Following on Geneva’s victory, the Swiss played a number 53 lead due to a double yellow by Louis. The Northern Irishman was shown two yellow cards in the 14th minute. Second, he argues specifically because he was expelled Winsick To waste time during a lineout. Distrust continued in the expulsion and in Lewis’ bench. Northern Ireland. The defender, who plays in the Premier League in Newcastle, had already conceded a bad foul on the 23rd, but Winsick’s election at 37 led to Northern Ireland’s victory over Switzerland. At the last chance to return. At least in the race for second place, it is useful to play later World qualification for playoffs in Qatar in 2022. The decision of the arbitrator seems overly harsh (even a little financially). The only move was the fact that the referee was impatient with the delay in the lineout.

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