The Málaga players were pretty upset at Mateu Lahoz this Saturday after he allowed Griezmann’s late equalizer to stand, and at first sight it looked like they were right that he was in an offside position. However in the end it wasn’t all that clear-cut, as a defender was more or less in line when Jiménez headed the ball across to him. It only goes to show that first impressions aren’t always correct! Elsewhere Pérez Montero awarded hotly disputed penalties for Real Sociedad and Deportivo, both for hands, and Iglesias Villanueva ruled out a strike by Valencia’s Alcácer for a non-existent offside and then allowed Feghouli’s goal to stand, even though Orbán was clearly offside in the build up. The moral of those two cases we suppose is that two wrongs do make a right! (15.04.15)

Name Games played Yellow cards Red cards Total
Velasco Carballo 19 150 10 160
Jaime Latre 20 153 7 160
Alvarez Izquierdo 19 136 9 145
Gil Manzano 19 132 10 142
Teixeira Vitienes, F. 18 121 13 134
Mateu Lahoz 19 121 9 130
González González 20 120 5 125
Iglesias Villanueva 17 113 7 120
Estrada Fernández 18 111 6 117
Fernández Borbolán 19 104 6 110