Asensio’s El Clasico Goal: Spanish League’s Official Statement

    The answer came from the Spanish League regarding the goal of Marco Asensio, a Real Madrid player, in the latest El Clasico between the Royal Club and his counterpart, Barcelona.

    Marco Asensio’s goal sparked a lot of controversy, especially after it was canceled during Barcelona’s last Clasico match in the Spanish Liga, which ended 2-1 in favor of Barca.

    Coach Carlo Ancelotti was annoyed by the video technology decision that canceled Asensio’s goal for offside, prompting him to question the decision, and Barcelona coach Javi Hernandez reacted unexpectedly to Real Madrid’s reaction.

    Spanish League official response to Asensio’s El Clasico goal

    Asensio expresses anger at Ancelotti in front of Real Madrid fans
    Spanish League official response to Asensio’s El Clasico goal

    The Spanish program El Cherenjito revealed that the Spanish league La Liga decided to introduce a semi-automatic offside technique starting from the new 2023-2024 season in order to end the controversy that always arises over canceled goals.

    In the same context, the Technical Committee of the Referees in Spain called on the La Liga League to demand semi-automatic offside technology after video technology had recently failed to play its part.

    And in January last year, the Technical Committee of the Referees admitted that a mistake had been made in the Cadiz-Elche match before asking the Spanish League to intervene so as not to repeat this.

    And with the same mistake repeated in the match between Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​the League prompted the adoption of a semi-automatic penetration technique to reduce these violations.

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