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Re: NBI season 2021/22
« Reply #30 on: Sat 02 Oct 2021 21:38 »
DVSC v Mol Fehérvár Referee: Vad II. István

Vad in blue. His first game since May 2021. He only managed 6 NBI games last season, 9 in 2019/20, 11 in 18/19, 9 in 17/18...  His last full season was in 2016/17!

Interesting game for Vad II. Iványi Zoltán was kept very busy in the VAR bus.

Feisty first half during which MOL Fehérvár edged it. They were also the more disciplined team. Dzsudzsák can whinge as much as he likes, both yellow cards were correct and he has no-one to blame for his red card but himself. He was ill disciplined and unprofessional. He had a warning in between the 2 yellows that he chose not to heed. Let himself and his team down. Following his red card, one of the DVSC players (Bárány Donát I believe) did an embarrassing “fall” in the box – nearest player was 3 feet away! The fact he even appealed for a penalty… Missed yellow card for me – he should have been booked for simulation.

2nd half was entertaining. Neither team really doing enough to win it but credit has to go to DVSC who kept going despite being a man down. Lots of drama – Bárány appeared to put Loki ahead on 49 mins but his goal was disallowed for offside after VAR review, Kodro then seemed to have put Vidi ahead less than 10 mins later but VAR again ruled the goal out for offside. Still 0-0. Just as it looked as if this would be the final score, Vad II gave Loki a penalty for handball – VAR upheld the decision – it was clear cut. 10 men Loki taking the lead with 5 mins of normal time left. Then up popped VAR again – this time for a possible penalty to Vidi – Baráth shown on the replays to have kicked the back of the Vidi players ankle – Vad II carried out an OFR & duly awarded the penalty he had missed in real time. 1-1!

Decent overall from Vad II. Missed yellow for me at the end of the 1st half but that's very subjective. There was a spell early in the 2nd half where he looked to be losing control of the game but he got it back under control. Loki's penalty was clear cut - player's arm not in a natural position. The missed penalty - it was not obvious in real time.  Both players went for the ball, both had their feet up high. It took replays and a view from a different angle to be able to spot that the Loki player had kicked his opponent & not the ball. Not one he could have seen in real time, imo.
« Last Edit: Sat 02 Oct 2021 23:06 by bmb »
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