Mario Suarez managed to open the can for Rayo Vallecano in the match that faced Lugo on Wednesday. The Madrid midfielder hunted a center of Andrés Martín from the right, he won the game the Galician defense and finished on goal. Ander Cantero, Lugo goalkeeper, was quick and managed to stop the first shot but Suarez took advantage of the rejection and sent it to the bottom of the goal.The medium celebrated the goal with the rest of the team and also the fans present in the stadium but, when Lugo was going to resume the game from the center of the field, the referee Isidro Díaz de Mera was notified by the VAR and annulled the goal: Mario Suarez was offside. Thus, the ball returned to the Ander Cantero area so that he could take the free kick between the protests of the Vallecana stand. In the end, Rayo did not need the goal to win the victory against the Lucenses since Embarba would “put” the final 1-0 again. Although the game ended with the three points for the locker of the Vallecanos, Mario Suarez criticized jokingly what happened with the VAR since the offside was a matter of centimeters. “The next game I’m going to wear a size less than a boot,” tweeted the player next to a picture of the play and the line drawn from the VOR room.Suarez will have the opportunity to redeem himself in a few days whether or not he is wearing new boots as El Rayo will visit the Toralín to face the Ponferradina this Saturday at six in the afternoon. The vallecanos are tenths with 31 points and are only two of the playoff of promotion to First Division.
The woman came clean during a follow-up interview Thursday with investigators, said Los Angeles police Deputy Chief Michel Moore during a news conference at the park. She has not been charged with a crime. “She was having trouble sleeping,” he said. “She had a guilty conscience.” Moore said the woman, whose name has not been released, initially told her tale to the child’s mother, who then relayed the information to other people. The news then got back to the park’s director, who called police April 11. Officers interviewed the nanny the same day, and she apparently told them that a man approached her and another nanny at the park on consecutive days. The report of a potential baby-buyer, which police called “highly unusual,” strained both the nerves of San Fernando Valley parents and the resources of the Los Angeles Police Department, which wasted hundreds of hours searching for the suspect, Moore said. ENCINO – The white, bald, blue-eyed man in his 40s who approached a nanny last week in a local park offering to buy the baby in her care doesn’t exist. It was all a lie. The woman who first reported that a man approached her at Genesta Park wanting to buy a baby confessed Thursday that she made up the whole story, police said. She was concerned the child she was watching would get hurt on the playground, she told police, and she hoped the story would convince the child’s mother to demand that she not return to the park. “Lying, filing a false police report, is a serious matter and it’s a criminal offense, and can result not only in criminal prosecution, but imprisonment,” Moore said, adding that police will present evidence to prosecutors for possible charges. email@example.com (818) 713-3329160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!