As the 30th day of the Eredivisie continued this Sunday, the meeting between FC Twente and Sparta Rotterdam was marked by several rather incredible episodes. Already, the physiognomy of the game was rather spectacular with several reversals of the situation at the rendezvous. Indeed, the Tukkers had first opened the scoring at the start of the match through Joshua Brenet (22nd) then it was the Kasteelheren who reversed the trend thanks to Tobias Lauritsen’s double just before the break (32nd and 42nd ). Returning from the locker room, Dirk Abels scored an own goal and allowed Twente to pick up the score (65th) and a few minutes later Vaclav Cerny gave the advantage to the Tukkers (67th).
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But at the very end of the match, Sparta Rottederdam reacted and equalized thanks to Shurandy Sambo (90th), who was expelled in stride for a second yellow card after having chambered the local public (90th + 1). In additional time, it was the assistant coach of Sparta Rotterdam who stood out by cracking completely. Indeed, Jeroen Rijsdijk came to stop irregularly near his bench Julio Pleguezuelo who went against on a long ball cleared by his defense when the clock indicated the 99th minute of the game. He was logically excluded by the referee for having prevented the FC Twente player from heading towards his team’s goal. A spectacular image to review in the video below. One thing is certain, this action should cause a lot of ink to flow in the next players in the Netherlands.