Tomer Hemed scored from the
penalty spot to grab Real Mallorca a 2-2 draw at Granada on
Wednesday as the sides played the final 30 minutes of a La Liga
match that had been suspended last month.
Hemed scored five minutes into the restarted game which was
played behind closed doors at promoted Granada's Los Carmenes
The original match had been suspended on November 20 just after
Granada had taken a 2-1 lead in the 61st minute, when one of the
referee's assistants was struck in the face by an object thrown
from the crowd.
Granada said afterwards the offending article was part of an
umbrella and a boy had accidentally sent it flying at the
official, gashing his cheek.
The Spanish football federation (RFEF) fined Granada 6,000
euros over the incident and ruled that the rest of the match
would be played without fans.
The Andalusian side are 12th in the standings with 16
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