Cadiz fans ended their team’s match against Real Betis early by throwing plastic ponchos onto the field.
Willian Jose and Pablo Fornals, who scored the team’s first goal after joining for £6.8 million from West Ham, put Real Betis ahead 2-0.
At Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla, however, ponchos were thrown onto the pitch, and the referee called a timeout in the third of four extra minutes.
Cadiz is in the La Liga relegation zone, ranking 18th out of 20 teams.
This season, they have only won two of their twenty-four league games, and they haven’t won in La Liga since their 3-1 victory against Villarreal at home on September 1.
After finishing 14th in the 2022–23 season, Cadiz is currently in its fourth season in the top division of Spain.
Nevertheless, they have had a terrible season, losing the Copa del Rey to fourth-place team Arandina.
Head coach Sergio Gonzalez was fired by Cadiz last month, and Mauricio Pellegrino, a former Southampton manager, took over as manager.
The German football association’s proposed investment sparked protests at two German matches on the same day as the Cadiz demonstrations.
After halftime, Hamburg supporters chained six padlocks to the goal and netting, causing play to be stopped until the padlocks could be removed. This caused Hannover’s 4-3 victory against Hamburg in Bundesliga 2 to be postponed.
Several tennis balls and chocolate gold coins were thrown into the pitch behind the goal that the home team was defending during the first half of the Borussia Dortmund vs. Freiburg Bundesliga match.