Granada and Real Mallorca had their game abandoned because an umbrella that some wee boy was holding got 'out of control' and caused a deep cut to one of the assistant referee's face. Shocked by the fear that the invasion had begun, the referee immediately cancelled the match and dragged everyone down the tunnel. Granada were winning 2-1 until the 70th minute in which the game got abandoned. The BBC says this:
So there you go, that's what happens when you live in Spain. Fear of umbrella attacks. It cripples me with terror to even think about it. All we have in Scotland is knife crime and AIDS."I don't know what decisions will be taken because I haven't had time to think about it yet," said Gonzalez."I know that we have, in a very short time, a lot of games between now and Christmas, including the two-legged Copa Del Rey tie against Real Sociedad, and I don't know if there is any week when we could play those minutes."