Granada and Real Mallorca
will play the remainder of this month's abandoned La Liga match
on December 7 at 18:30 GMT, the Spanish football federation (RFEF) said
Granada had just taken a 2-1 lead when play was halted in
the 61st minute at their Los Carmenes stadium after one of the
referee's assistants was struck in the face by an object thrown
from the crowd.
Granada said the offending article was part of an umbrella
and a boy had accidentally sent it flying at the official,
gashing his cheek.
The RFEF had already fined Granada 6,000 euros over
the incident and ruled that the rest of the match would be
played behind closed doors.
The Andalusian side are 16th in the standings on 12 points
from 12 matches, one point behind Mallorca in 15th.
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