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High drama at the Las Carmenes stadium at the end of Granada's game against Real Madrid, with referee Clos Gómez under attack from the local players and staff. Granada's embittered president Quique Pina stirred things up before the match, insinuating heavily that recent wins by their relegation rivals Zaragoza were just little bit suspicious, and also suggesting that it was more than a coincidence that a referee from the Zaragoza province of Aragón had been put in charge of this fixture. So when Madrid overturned Granada's lead with a penalty and an own goal in the last ten minutes, and when Clos refused to let the locals take a corner before blowing the final whistle, all hell let loose. .Moisés Hurtado and Siqueira were both shown red cards for insulting the officials as they jostled on the pitch, and then Dani Benítez was caught on camera lobbing a plastic bottle in the referee's face (which could cost him a six month ban). The incidents reportedly carried on into the tunnel and changing rooms, with the Granada goalkeeping coach kicking in the door to the officials' changing rooms, and the club ungraciously cutting off their hot water and access to internet, thereby preventing the officials from sending in their match report, which is to say the least damning. Just what the club did not want going in to their dramatic last match at Rayo Vallecano, and those who saw the game will remember a desperate Abel Resino dragging away his players and trying to make them see sense. If anybody is at fault however for the defeat it is Moisés for the rugby tackle on Ronaldo to give away the penalty and Cortés for one of the silliest (and dare we say suspicious) own goals of the season. But the damage is done, at least three of their key players will be missing in Vallecas and if they don't get a result they may even go down. (08.05.12)

Name Games played Yellow cards Red cards Total
Paradas Romero 21 166 14 180
Velasco Carballo 22 160 18 178
Teixeira Vitienes, J.A. 22 165 10 175
Estrada Fernández 25 164 7 171
Muñiz Fernández 22 152 17 169
Iglesias Villanueva 25 155 12 167
Alvarez Izquierdo 22 154 11 165
Turienzo Alvarez 22 155 6 161
Del Cerro Grande 22 140 11 151
Teixeira Vitienes, F. 24 139 9 148


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