This is the First Class classification and this is how it would be without VAR: Matchday 19

Atlético do not fail against Eibar and come back from the game to extend their lead in the lead. It takes seven points to Real Madrid (second) and ten to Barcelona (third). Simeone's men have one game less than their two direct rivals.

The halfway point of the season is reached with 78 VAR interventions. Four of them (five counting that the Barcelona-Real Sociedad that was played in December in advance) on this day. In Valladolid-Elche he was decisive in the sign, since the pucelanos would have taken the three points if it had not been canceled Weissman's goal by previous hand. En Nesyri's previous hand was also noted in Ximo Navarro's own goal. The VAR was also decisive in the sign of the Villarreal-Granada match. The Submarine reaped a point thanks to the penalty reviewed in Foulquier's monitor on Pedraza and that would transform Moi Gómez. With the intervention of the VAR, another was whistled by Yan Eteki on Pino, but Rui Silva guessed Alcácer's intentions.

VAR interventions that conditioned the sign

Villarreal 1- Huesca 1 (Without VAR, 0-1)

In the 66th minute, a ball hanging from the Huesca area hit Maffeo's arm, which had him separated from his body and occupying a space. The referee did not see it, but after the VAR warning and reviewing it on the monitor, he awarded a maximum penalty that Gerard Moreno transformed.

Getafe 1 – Osasuna 0 (0-0)

The linesman annulled a goal to Jaime Mata for offside, but the VAR pointed out that he was in line and the goal went up to the scoreboard. It was decisive for the azulones to leave the three points at home.

Celta 2 -Valencia 1 (1-1)

The VAR concedes a goal to Iago Aspas after being badly annulled for offside after receiving a pass from Nolito. The play was controversial since during the match the images were not shown and the RFEF had to send a statement pointing out that it was a technical error and offered the image in which it was shown that the Celta striker was in a legal position.

Betis 2 – Real Madrid 3 (2-2)

The VAR recommends seeing De Burgos Bengoetxea a penalty by Bartra's hand in a set with Mayoral that not even Madrid itself protests when they did not realize it. It ends up whistling and Ramos transforms the maximum penalty.

Real Sociedad 0 – Valencia 1 (1-1)

Le Normand's goal in injury time to tie the game but it was canceled because the ball hit Aritz Elustondo's arm just before the goal.

Valladolid 1 – Eibar 2 (1-1)

The ball hits El Yamiq's hand as he tries to clear a ball in the area. The VAR warns and ends up signaling. Esteban Burgos transforms it.

Cádiz 0 – Villarreal 0 (1-0)

Negredo's goal was disallowed due to an offside interference by Lozano in a foul thrown into the Villarreal area that resulted in a rebound that the forward took advantage of.

Elche 1 – Celta 1 (0-1)

Pere MIlla's shot that hits the arms of Hugo Mallo. After reviewing it, the referee signals the maximum penalty and Fidel scores a goal.

Sevilla 1 – Osasuna 0 (0-0)

Herrera saved Ocampos a penalty, but had both feet ahead of the line. It has to be repeated and Ocampos scores.

Real Sociedad 1 – Eibar 1 (2-1)

In the final stretch of the match, Zubeldia managed to score a goal that was later annulled for offside.

Barcelona 2 – Real Sociedad 1 (1-1)

De Jong's goal disallowed for offside, but VAR says he is in legal position.

Huesca 1 – Levante 1 (0-1)

Vezo's hand inside the area that the referee does not see. The VAR alerts you and signals you. Ontiveros transforms it.

Barcelona 1- Eibar 1 (2-1)

Braithwaite's goal disallowed for offside.

Osasuna 1 – Alaves 1 (1-0)

They whistle Oier foul on Joselu, but from the VAR they say that the entry is inside the area and it is a penalty. Lucas Pérez transforms it.

Valladolid 2- Elche 2 (3-2)

Weismann's goal canceled by previous hand.

Villarreal 2- Granada 2 (1-2)

Stomp in Foulquier's area on Pedraza that prevents him from finishing. Pizarro Gómez, after checking it on the monitor, gives a penalty. Moi Gómez transforms it.