The Spanish Referees Committee settles the controversy over Barcelona's penalty kick against Real Madrid

The official account of the Spanish radio "Cadena Ser" on "Twitter" reported that the Spanish Referees Committee supported the referee, Jess Gil Manzano, in his decision not to count a penalty kick for Barcelona in the last minutes of the “El Clásico” match against Real Madrid, last Saturday, in the 30th round of the League. Spanish football club, which ended Madrid 2-1, amid sharp criticism of the refereeing staff.

On Monday, she said: "The referees committee supported Manzano's decision not to award a penalty kick to Barcelona."

The Danish Barcelona player Martin Braithwaite was disabled by Real Madrid's French defender Ferland Mendy inside the penalty area, at a time when the referee, Gilles Manzano, refused to return to the situation through the video technique "mouse".

Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman made sharp statements against the refereeing team led by Manzano, and told the Spanish media, including "S": "The penalty kick was very clear, once again we have to accept the arbitration decisions and be silent!", Adding: "The referee has counted four." Additional minutes, while in the second half he took three minutes to repair his communication device, so how can the overtime be after only four minutes? "He asks:" I don't know why video technology exists in Spain? "

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