Real Madrid's players, coach and management know that the La Liga title has been lost but everyone will keep the message of keeping fighting until the end and looking for any spotlight or miracle to try to catch Barcelona in LaLiga.

The Spanish newspaper "Marca" says that the "royal" lost the title because of mistakes committed by the team at specific and crucial times and situations in the matches, in addition to errors committed off the field related to sports decisions, contracts and planning for the future.

The newspaper close to the "Merengue" adds that Real Madrid lost confidence in the competition system a long time ago, and the management believes that everything is now beyond the matches, such as the decisions of the referees and some situations that determine the course of the competition for the title.

The newspaper points out that what happened in the last three weeks in LaLiga sums up and confirms the doubts of Real, and officials in Madrid insist that it goes beyond plays and refereeing decisions to a general trend in favor of Barcelona and this trend - which they have been condemning for a long time - has not changed at all. The newspaper continues that this trend "is not black or white. It's Barcelona or Barcelona."

The information still emerging in the case of former refereeing official Jose Maria Enriquez Negreira helped reaffirm what Real have long been talking about and that has made the competition in Barcelona's favour. Even the changes to the system have not completely broken with the past, and the royal team feels that it is fighting the impossible.

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Negrira's case relates to alleged payments made by Barcelona to former refereeing vice-president Negreira to provide the club with oral advice on referee-related matters.

In the review carried out by Real in recent days, it directly referred to the use of the "mouse" technique in favor of Barca.

The "series" began at the "Camp Nou" with the "mouse" not reviewing the shot of Barcelona's Casey and Valencia's Fran Perez in the final minutes of the two teams' match, which ended with a goal to none in favor of Xavi's men.

Ancelotti: "We deserved to win"#الدوري_الإسباني | #كلاسيكو_الارض | #برشلونه_ريال_مدريد #LaLigaSantander | #beINLiga

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A week later, history repeats itself, and with a VAR review, Athletic Bilbao's equaliser against Barcelona was cancelled out in an attack that started from midfield.

In yesterday's Clasico, VAR ruled out Asensio's goal after it was ruled out by the main referee De Burgos. In the same match there was a shot of Barcelona's Gavi hitting Real Madrid's Spios, but VAR did not intervene and even the shot was no longer much or given the importance it deserved.

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said in the post-match press conference: "We are sad, pained, but proud of the game we played. The game was complete from the first minute to the last minute. We didn't win it because of offside we still have doubts about him and we will return to Madrid with those doubts."

The Spanish capital team – according to Marca – that these mistakes do not occur in Europe despite the clear confrontation that Real Madrid is fighting with UEFA and its president Aleksander Ceferin against the backdrop of the European Super League proposed by Real Madrid President Florentino Perez.