Real Madrid’s match against Manchester City, which was part of the first leg of the Champions League semi-final, saw an arbitrage failure against the royal club, causing controversy among white team fans.
Real Madrid fell into the trap of a draw against Man City in a meeting that took place at the Santiago Bernabeu.
A positive 1/1 draw dominated Real Madrid’s match against City after Vinicius Junior managed to score a meringue goal and Kevin De Bruyne equalized.
Manchester City’s goal is wrong. Did Real Madrid hurt in the Champions League?
BN Sport, which exclusively broadcasts the Champions League, noted City’s equalizer, which was scored by Kevin De Bruyne.
However, sources emphasized that City’s goal was incorrect after the ball crossed the field line, passing by Bernardo Silva before it reached De Bruyne.
The referee did not count a single mistake against the English team and did not dare to return to video technology, which angered Bezet’s players and team-loving fans.