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Real Madrid players fire at refereeing after controversy: ‘Embarrassing’

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Real Madrid players fire at refereeing after controversy: ‘Embarrassing’

After controversy that defined the result of the match between Valencia and Real Madrid, this Saturday (02), 2-2, the Merengue club players fired shots at the refereeing on social media. As referee Gil Manzano closed the match at Mestalla in LaLiga, as Bellingham scored the visitors’ third goal in the match, team highlights such as Tchouaméni and Vini Jr. spoke out on social media.

The French midfielder, who played as a defender in the match valid for the 27th round of the Spanish Championship, defined the game as “embarrassing”. Vinicius published a laughing emoji after the end of the confrontation.

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Victim of racist attacks by Valencia fans last season, and provocations at Mestalla this Saturday (02), the Brazilian star scored both of Real Madrid’s goals in the match. The club also spoke out and highlighted the “unprecedented” arbitration decision.

Below, check out the publications from Real Madrid players:

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Check out Real’s statement:

“An unprecedented refereeing decision by Gil Manzano prevented Real Madrid’s victory over Valencia, in Mestalla. With the score at 2-2 in the last play of the game, Brahim crossed into the area and Bellingham finished with a header making it 3-2. But the referee disallowed the goal when signaling the end of the game when the full-back’s pass went into the air. The La Liga leader deserved the three points, but only got them in a game he lost 2-0. Two goals from Vini Jr. equalized the duel, resolved with a decision by Gil Manzano.”

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