LaLiga has confirmedthrough a text that can be read on his 9:00 p.m.
“The RFEF Competition Judge, at the request of LaLiga, has resolved that the Granada – Athletic Club match, postponed due to the death of a fan during the match, ise resume on December 11 at 9:00 p.m. It will be resumed from minute 17,” says the text.
It was what Athletic had requested. The Basques, who are still in the city, asked through social networks that the duel be resumed this Monday.
“Reiterating our deepest condolences for the death of the fan, it is understood by regulatory regulations that the cause that led to the suspension of the match has ceased, and conditions are in place for it to be held within the next 24 hours,” The Bilbao club was exposed on social media.
Unai Simón alerted the referee
The match was stopped around minute 15, when Unai Simón alerted Ortiz Arias, referee of the match, of a problem in the stands of the Nasrid stadium. A Granada fan, a subscriber for 16 years, suffered cardiorespiratory arrest in the Andalusian fiefdom.
At that time, the doctors of Granada and Athletic They went to attend to the fan, with the referee in constant communication with the field delegate of the Andalusian club. As the minutes passed the news became less hopeful.
After installing a sheet on the stairs of the place where the fan was being treated, The referee sent all the players to the locker room. Finally, the suspension of the match was announced over the public address system due to the death of the Granada season ticket holder.
“Football takes a backseat,” Granada said in an institutional statement from its general director, Alfredo García Amado about the death of the fan, a club subscriber for 16 years.