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Bielsa follows Fair Play, gives goal to opponent and is without access in English

Norwich and Sheffield United moved up this weekend to the first division

Published 04/28/2019
by Agency Football Indoor

São Paulo, SP, 28 (AFI) – 'The Crazy One Bielsa'Became headline worldwide this Sunday with a 1-1 draw Leeds United and Aston Villa at the Elland Road Stadium in Leeds. The home team's coach complied strictly with the Fair Play and sent all his players to the court, letting the opponent score the equalizer. The result hampered the club's plans in the second division of English football.

It all started in the 25th minute of the second half when the game was still 0-0. Aston Villa's Jonathan Kodjia struck his opponents on the field and landed on the pitch. Leeds United resumed possession, but ignored the Fair Play and continued the play. Mateusz Klick received, hit put and opened the scoring on Elland Road.

Aston Villa players were annoyed by the lack of Fair Play and a lot of confusion started on the pitch, with players pushing forward – striker Anwar El Ghazi even got sent off. Outside the four lines, coaches Marcelo Bielsa and John Terry began to discuss the pitch. The stadium had been disembarked off a time when the ref has given the penalty.

Bielsa follows Fair Play, gives goal to opponent and is without access in English

Bielsa follows Fair Play, gives goal to opponent and is without access in English

Annoyed, Bielsa told his players to stop on the pitch, letting Aston Villa score the equalizer in the sequence. The game, which ended 1 to 1, thwarted the plans of Leeds United, who can no longer climb to the first division of English football de were direct. Now the team will have to go through the playoff of access against West Brom, Aston Villa himself and a last-placed, who is between Derby and Middlesbrough.

Norwich and Sheffield United moved up this weekend to the top flight.


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