The visiting team misused their chances, before they were overcome by their hands in their court in the last seconds.
The match between Leeds United and Crystal Palace seemed to be in decline without scoring goals and the winning team on Tuesday night.
But in the overtime of the second half, young midfielder Marc Guehy (21) tackled arm-high in his court with a set piece.
After watching the replay with the help of VAR, referee Kevin Friend showed no mercy to the England Under-21 national team player.
– She is relentless, but this is football. Newcastle were penalized almost identically earlier tonight. It’s close, but Arm has nothing to do there, TV 2’s Endre Olav Osnes commented in the juicy seconds before Judge Friend made the decision.
Top scorer Ravenha did not miss any chalk and sent the crowd to heaven with a cold penalty kick against Vicente Guaita.
– Ravenha is highly refined. He jumps, Guaita waits. Guaita is good too, but it’s out of reach for the last chance. Osnes commented that it was too cold, too safe for Ravenha to control this situation.
The two teams noted the continuing fight when poorly placed Leeds hosted Crystal Palace at Elland Road on Tuesday night.
The goals were not with any team, despite the good chances of scoring goals.
Palace striker Christian Benteke got two great chances at the end of the settlement, but to no avail.
Especially a quarter of an hour before full-time, the great Belgian was supposed to be counted.
Edge star Wilfried Zaha Benteke found a very accurate post at the back post, and the striker stabbed the ball out of Leeds’ sprawling net.
– This is a big miss. It’s almost an open target. Espin Wynn, a studio expert at TV 2, said Benteke would put it on.
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Leeds also had chances in the second round to secure a long-awaited victory. Striker Rodrigo was among those who did not use it.
But Leeds were awarded the penalty after the 90th minute mark, and so could take two steps up the table.
Yorkshire are now 15th in the Premier League, one point behind their opponents on Tuesday.
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