Gil Manzano’s afternoon at the Sadar was anything but placid. The referee from Extremadura had to deal with two controversial actions: a hard tackle from Sergio Ramos on Rubén García, who could have led to the expulsion of the white captain with 1-0 on the scoreboard, and a possible penalty by Pervis Estupiñán on Luka Modric In the second half. For Iturralde González, arbitrary analyst of Carrusel and AS, the pacense was not entirely successful in both sets. In the first, which occurred in the equator of the first half, the Real Madrid defender had a strong impact on the ankle of the Osasuna midfielder, who remained on the ground in pain. For the former collegiate, the mistake is clear: “The VAR must enter Ramos’ play and expel him”he explained in the SER, “That entrance to the ankle is red.” “Every time the VAR loses more credibility. It is the system that is indefensible”he sentenced. Iturralde González also ruled on the possible penalty of Estupiñán on Modric, an action in which the Ecuadorian side loses control of the ball after a rejection and seems to hit the Croatian on the heel, who was attentive to collect the loss of the reddish player. The former collegiate, who initially considered that it was not a penalty, later rectified by showing more images: “I would have to go see it. It is an action in which you see an image and it seems, another in which it does not seem to give you the support foot … you have to go to see it”, argument. Finally, although he does not believe there is a clear error, the arbitration analyst at Carrusel and AS He also commented on the hard entry of Nacho Vidal about Sergio Ramos In the second half. “That one is in the border of the red one. Plays that you can defend both”he explained “By the way of throwing himself not going in front of the player and ball, without dangerous moves for the physical integrity of the players”. Frame of the action of the possible Estupiñán penalty on Modric.