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Derby matches are always difficult for referees, and Del Cerro Grande didn't come out of Friday night's hot-tempered game at Sevilla smelling of roses after a couple of controversial decisions. Sevilla's first goal should probably not have stood as Negredo was in a clearly offside position during the build up, and even though Chica prevented Rakitic's pass from reaching him he was clearly interfering with play.

Del Cerro compensated his mistake though with a dubious penalty in favour of hosts Betis in an off-the-ball incident early in the second half, ruling that Fazio had deliberately pushed over Molina as both ran in to the area, and a few minutes later he fell for some poor play-acting by Cañas to send off Sevilla's Medel, who once again fell easily in to the trap. The game ended in a draw though, so no harm done, eh?

Elsewhere it was good to see Fernández Borbolán back after a long injury lay-off, although Zaragoza may think otherwise after he turned down two good penalty appeals in their match against Barcelona. (17.04.13)

Name Games played Yellow cards Red cards Total
Teixeira Vitienes, J.A. 20 147 14 161
Teixeira Vitienes, F. 22 129 13 142
Pérez Lasa 20 126 15 141
Pérez Montero 21 126 10 136
Muñiz Fernández 18 121 13 134
Clos Gómez 23 119 14 133
Gil Manzano 19 123 5 128
Alvarez Izquierdo 17 118 8 126
Del Cerro Grande 21 114 9 123
Hernández Hernández 19 111 11 122