Atlético asked for two penalties and the expulsion of Eraso

first_imgAtlético-Leganés who had to push forward Mateu Lahoz had a lot to whistle. The rojiblanco team, without going any further, claimed two penalties and one expulsion. Simeone requested the red for Eraso for a hard tackle on Lodi, and it was the Argentine coach who ended up being reprimanded. For Iturralde González, referee of the SER and As, the Leganés player had to be sent off by Mateu Lahoz. “That is red, very red. It goes with the straight leg, does not remove it … You get it wrong and you make a break in the knee because the leg is used almost as a weapon, ”explains Iturralde. Eraso only saw the yellow one. Afterwards, the mattresses asked for a penalty on Vitolo. The canary dribbled in the area to Recio, who went to the ground and there was contact. For Iturralde it is not enough for Mateu to give penalty. “It is not a penalty. Live is a very fast action, but it is Vitolo who seeks contact when the defense is on the ground, ”he says. Atlético later claimed another maximum penalty, this time on Felipe when the center was going to finish off in the area and it seems that Recio touches him on the foot. Iturralde is also clear that it is not enough for the maximum penalty. “There is nothing, it is he who hits the ground,” says the referee.The match ended with Cuéllar, Leganés goalkeeper, sent off. Mateu took the second yellow for wasting time. The goal, which already had a card, was playing with fire. “The Leganés goalkeeper receives the ball from the ball boy and returns it,” explains Iturralde which also observes the goalkeeper as the culprit of the tangana that took place later. “The fault of everything is the unfortunate attitude of Cuéllar. It has taken four minutes to leave the field after the expulsion ”, sentence.last_img read more

Anantara Angkor Resort to offer ancient Cambodian experience to its guests

first_imgAnantara Angkor Resort reopens as Siem Reap’s premier all-suite boutique resort and gateway to the heart of Cambodia’s ancient Khmer Empire.Each of the 39 suites has recently undergone a complete upgrade and is accented with teak wood trimmings and sandstone sculptures reminiscent of the famed Apsara dancers. Guests are invited to relive traditional Cambodian (Khmer) lifestyle through ample lounging space. Lush greenery provides privacy, emulating the jungle-clad temples that still stand only a few minutes from the resort.The prestigious Anantara and Sothea Suites feature a private garden, those on the second level a large balcony perfect for in-suite al fresco dining under the stars. The most luxurious of the suites, each provide a separate living area perfect for lounging in between local exploration.Aficionados of Southeast Asia and textiles will regale in the addition of a one and two bedroom Jim Thompson Explorer Suite. Boasting 178 and 235 square meters respectively, imported Thai silk will overflow throughout each suite, draping the furniture in bold colours and lustrous appeal.Only a seven minute drive from the city centre, travellers can investigate a charming town of bustling markets, ambient riverside attractions and a French colonial quarter. Siem Reap is home to the magnificent Angkor Archaeological Park- a UNESCO World Heritage Site of ancient Khmer ruins, including the Eighth Wonder of the World, Angkor Wat.More than 100 uniquely created activities are on offer through the resort’s Discovery Guidebook, ensuring guests carry home enchanting memories of Cambodia.Dining at Anantara Angkor is also refined with a new concept at Chi Restaurant and bar, offering progressive Khmer cuisine.last_img read more