Cuellar was expelled in the added time of Atlético-Leganés, action that gave rise to a brawl that caused the game to be extended several minutes more than the four that Mateu had scored. The referee explains in the minutes why of expulsion by double yellow of the goalkeeper. The first had been in the 76th minute ‘to protest and the second, the controversy, came in 93’ for “pretending to have been attacked by a ball boy and address me making observations, insisting on that incident. “ In the images of Movistar you can see that the Pichu goes behind the goal for a ball, eager to waste time, and there falls to the ground after a slight confrontation with one of the ball bouncers. Mateu goes to the player and after a brief dialogue with him asking him to take out door already, he shows her the yellow one and, immediately, the red one. On what happens next, the referee explains in ‘Other incidents’: “Once expelled, delayed his departure from the pitch while facing several adversaries, getting to pinch the number 20 on his face (Vitolo)and then tip several claps on the neck and chest of the number 9 (Morata), and insisting that he had been attacked by a ball boy. “That is Cuéllar will drop a penalty match for the double yellowbut the goalkeeper he is exposed to a greater punishment for what he exposed later, the four minutes it took to leave the field and the successive rifirrafes.