The former Spanish referee revealed the truth about Manchester City’s goal scored by Kevin de Bruyne against Real Madrid during yesterday’s match.
On Tuesday evening, the Meringue team faced their English counterpart Manchester City in the first leg of the 2022-2023 European Champions League semi-finals.
The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium hosted the stronghold of the Royal Club, the course of the match brought him against Settens which ended with a goal for Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior scored for Real Madrid and Kevin De Bruyne drew for the English team.
The second leg of the Champions League semi-final between the two teams is scheduled to take place at Al Ittihad Stadium, Manchester’s stronghold, on 17 May at 10:00 sharp. clock in the evening, Cairo time.
Kevin De Bruyne’s goal for City against Real Madrid caused a lot of controversy and doubt about its authenticity due to the ball flying wide of the field before scoring the goal.
And according to what the Champions League broadcaster BN Sport said, City’s goal was wrong, as the ball crossed the field line, and Bernardo Silva passed before De Bruyne received.
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And former referee Iturralde Gonzalez spoke about City’s goal against Thibaut Courtois and why the match referee didn’t use VAR technology yesterday to make sure it was true.
The Spaniard said: “Despite the ball coming out, the referee did not whistle and then stood up. real Madrid Rebuilding it again, in this case it’s a new game, and within the law, when a bug or procedure occurs, a new game starts, and the goal is to keep the VAR technology out of the way.