SIVASSPOR captain Hakan Arslan was despatched off in dramatic scenes after displaying the referee video footage of an error on a cell phone.
Besiktas took the lead of their Tremendous Lig conflict on Monday with 18 minutes performed as Guven Yalcin discovered the web.
Hakan Arslan was despatched off after displaying the referee a replay of a objective in opposition to his facet on a cell phone
The dissent in direction of the match officers earned the Sivasspor captain two yellow playing cards at half-time within the Besiktas defeat
Nonetheless, replays appeared to show the ball had gone out of play within the build-up to the objective but it surely was nonetheless allowed to face regardless of VAR being in operation in Turkey’s prime flight.
And Arslan took issues into his personal arms after the half-time whistle.
He acquired out his cellphone to remonstrate with the officers, shoving the display of their face and shouting wildly as they headed off the pitch.
But it surely proved to be a foul name from the midfielder.
Referee Arda Kardesler’s fast reply was clear, displaying Arslan two quickfire yellow playing cards and duly sending him off.
Regulation 5.2 of the Ifab Legal guidelines of the Sport states: “The selections of the referee, and all different match officers, should at all times be revered.”
Regulation 12 provides that gamers can be cautioned for displaying dissent, which Arslan clearly did – and carried on doing so even after his first yellow card.
The Turk, 32, responded by launching the cell to the bottom after which violently kicking a field within the dugout space earlier than stomping down the tunnel.
However some followers on Twitter backed the participant’s actions – regardless of a transparent breach of the foundations.
One wrote on Twitter: “If he legit acquired it unsuitable what’s unsuitable with this – don’t should be despatched off.”
A Sivasspor fan tweeted: “The blokes are messing with us, thanks, Turkish referees.”
However Besiktas substitutes Cyle Larin and ex-Arsenal teen Oguzhan Ozyakup added objectives late on to safe a 3-0 win.
The end result leaves Sivasspor fifteenth within the desk with title-challengers Besiktas sit second, one level adrift of leaders Galatasaray with 14 matches performed.
Arslan threw the cellphone to the ground and booted a field as he stormed off down the tunnel
Replays recommended the ball had gone out of play within the build-up to the opening objective