Huesca's Jorge Pulido plays game at Athletic Bilbao with mobile phone in his hand before giving it to the referee
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VIDEO: Huesca’s Jorge Pulido plays over seven minutes at Athletic Bilbao with mobile phone in his hand

Finally surrended it to referee Valentín Pizarro who, in turn, transferred it to the bench.


Huesca centre-back Jorge Pulido started the second half of a game against Athletic Bilbao while holding on to his mobile phone and continued playing with it in his hand.

Bottom-of-the-table Huesca lost 2-0 at Athletic Bilbao’s San Mamés Stadium in a La Liga clash between the two sides on Friday night.

0-0 etter 55 minutter.

Men det store spørsmålet er jo. HVEM EIER TELEFONEN SOM LÅ MIDT PÅ BANEN?

Noe av det rareste jeg har sett. Jorge Pulido finner altså en telefon midt på banen etter at 2. omgang er sparket i gang. pic.twitter.com/oU5XQ6hlen

— Petter Veland (@ViaplayVeland) December 18, 2020

But as the teams returned to the pitch following half-time, it was evident that one player had forgotten to leave one of his belongings in the changing rooms.

29-year-old Spanish defender Jorge Pulido could be seen carrying his phone as the teams kicked off and didn’t manage to get rid of it until the 53rd minute, in which he finally gave it to the referee.