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Frustration at FC Barcelona: “It’s a shame,” complains Ter Stegen after the Clásico

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“It’s a shame,” grumbled Ter Stegen after the Clásico

As of: 12:45 p.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes

German national goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen warming up before the game between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid

Quelle: dpa/Manu Fernandez

It’s the excitement in the Clásico between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. Was Barcelona’s young star Lamine Yamal’s ball in the goal or not? The video referee can’t resolve it – to Ter Stegen’s annoyance.

When the game was over, he let his frustration out. Marc-André te Stegen, German national goalkeeper in the service of FC Barcelona, ​​has denounced the lack of goal-line technology in Spain after the excitement in the Clásico over Barça young star Lamine Yamal’s missed goal.

“It’s a disgrace for football. Other leagues have it. There is so much money moving around in this world and there is no money for what is important,” said ter Stegen after FC Barcelona’s 2-3 defeat in the top game at arch-rivals and league leaders Real Madrid on Sunday.

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The 16-year-old Yamal scored a possible goal for the Catalans when the score was 1-1. However, it could not be clearly proven whether the ball had completely crossed the goal line. But it wasn’t a mistake on the part of the referee, said Ter Stegen. Due to the defeat – Real’s winning goal was scored by ex-Dortmund Jew Bellingham in stoppage time – Barça, eleven points behind Real, has little chance of successfully defending their title. It was only on Tuesday that Barcelona were eliminated from the Champions League quarter-finals against Paris Saint-Germain.

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“Maximum injustice,” warns Barca coach Xavi

This means that the Catalans, who are used to success, will probably come away empty-handed this season. “If you don’t win a title in the end, we will be disappointed – especially in ourselves. Ultimately, we are the ones who failed in crucial moments,” said ter Stegen.

Lamine Yamal from FC Barcelona (r.) holds his own against Antonio Rüdiger (l.) and Luka Modric in the game against Real Madrid


Barca coach Xavi spoke of “maximum injustice”. His team deserved the three points against Real. “Everyone saw the referee’s performance. You can punish me, but the pictures are there for everyone to see,” said the former world and European champion, who only complained heavily about the referee during the week against PSG and saw the red card during the game.

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