ISL 7: East Bengal to file problem versus referee
Panaji (Goa) [India], January 7 (ANI): FC Goa and SC East Bengal might have played out a 1-1 draw however the Red and Golds brigade was plainly not happy with the bad decisions made in their video game on Wednesday in the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL).
The Robbie Fowler coached side is set to lodge a problem with the Football Sports Development Limited (FSDL), the All India Football Federation (AIFF) and against referee Arumughan Rowan, Goal.com reported.
In what was initially a cagey contest, East Bengal had taken the lead through Bright Enobakhare’s (79′) spectacular solo goal. However Goa resisted with an objective from replacement Devendra Murgaonkar (81′) to reject their opponents a second successive win, who were lowered to 10 males in the second half.
Based on a report in Goal.com, Rowan, who officiated the match on Wednesday evening, made poor decisions in the game that altered the fate of the match, according to the club management.
” After every match, the club can offer main feedback about the referee. Together with that feedback, we are also lodging a problem with the AIFF and the FSDL about 2 major choices that were doubtful. These things require to be fixed because the team is getting impacted a lot,” goal.com priced quote an East Bengal authorities as saying.
” The very first one is Bright’s second goal which was prohibited. The replays clearly suggest that Surchandra Singh did not touch Mohammed Nawaz and it was an FC Goa player with whom the goalkeeper had collided,” the authorities further stated.
” The 2nd one is the red card of Danny Fox because when the difficulty happened, the referee initially got the yellow card but it was the assistant referee who suggested that it is a straight red. We feel it was severe, it was a 50-50 difficulty and he got the ball. If East Bengal had 11 players, it would have been a various scoreline,” he added.
This is the second time in the continuous seventh season of ISL, that East Bengal is lodging a grievance against a match authorities.
East Bengal is presently at ninth place in the ISL points table with 7 points from nine games. The side will next handle Bengaluru FC on Saturday. (RECTUM).