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The Spanish League breaks the silence on Lamine Yamal’s ghost goal against Real Madrid!

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The Spanish League breaks the silence on Lamine Yamal’s ghost goal against Real Madrid!

The Classic between Real Madrid and Barcelona last Sunday left a lot of controversy after the referee decisions made by whistler Soto Grado. One of the plays that stands out the most was Lamine Yamal’s ghost goal, where the referee considered that the ball had not crossed the line. Of course, the VAR confirmed that they did not have a clear shot to score.

In Spain there has been talk about why LaLiga does not have hawk’s eye technology. A tool that is used in the Premier League, Serie A, Bundesliga or Ligue 1; among other competitions. Now, given the controversy that arose, the Spanish League, under the voice of president Javier Tebas, made known the position of the competition after what happened in the Classic.

“It is not a perfect technology and that is the first reason. But it’s not just that: throughout a season, phantom goals happen three or four times and if you add that it is not perfect, the value is very high for the use given to it: it means investing between five and six million for both categories to use it once and with doubts,” Tebas said in an interview with ‘Expansión’.

He also added that “with VAR, 99% of the plays can be solved”, following the controversies that arose after Real Madrid – Barcelona.

In addition, there has been talk of a controversial betrayal of Kylian Mbappé and the promise he did not keep, raising questions about the future of Real Madrid. City signed him for 117 million and he would leave by decision of Pep Guardiola after what happened against Real Madrid.

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Lastly, Tebas confirmed that the Spanish League is considering playing official matches abroad, possibly in the 2025/26 season. This move would strengthen LaLiga’s position in the North American market, which is the second for LaLiga after Spain. Other competitive leagues are emerging, so it is essential for LaLiga to innovate and expand its reach.

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