real Madrid we were not happy Cesar Soto Varietyperforms duties in their draw 0: 0 against Osasuna at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Wednesday night, Carlo Anchelotti expressing dissatisfaction with the decisions of the referee after the final whistle.
Soto class whistled real Madrid the fans, after the fourth referee, signaled four minutes of stoppage time, despite the fact that Sergio HerreraAn estimated waste of time and substitutions made in the second half.
Herrera had to be treated Osasunamedical staff twice after a break due to discomfort and real Madrid Players feel that more stop times should have been added.
Shortly before the start of the game at the Bernabeu, the referee Barcelonamatch against Vallecano Ray has signaled eight minutes of stoppage and officials tend to give more extra time this season in Santander’s La Liga.
Real Madrid’s complaints after the game
After the game, Ancelotti expressed his concern about Soto classthe decision to sound the signal just four minutes before stopping.
“[The added time] there was little, “said Ancelotti…
“I don’t have a stopwatch, but the reality is that today’s football needs effective time, there is no other way.”
Thibaut Courtois also expected the referee to give more time until real Madrid put pressure on Osasuna chasing a potential winner.
“It is difficult to understand who is adding and what [they add], ” Courtois said Movistar.
“I landed at Camp Nou because of some discomfort and they gave seven [minutes]…
“If you make four substitutions, plus the goalkeeper [discomfort]… The problem is that there is no criterion, and you do not know what they add and the reason. “
Dani Carvajal agreed with Courtoisnotes that Osasuna The goalkeeper lost a lot of time in the second half.
“Herrera wasted four minutes, “said Carvajal…
“[There were] two changes at the end in which players started walking. They devote six, seven and eight minutes to all games, and four seems to be very short. “
real MadridDirector for Institutional Relations, Emilio Butrageno, expressed confidence that no punishment was applied Vinicius the Younger…
“Sometimes VAR intervenes, and sometimes not,” said Butrageno…
“Stamp [on Vinicius] exists and [the opponent] could hurt him. Four minutes is not the time to add. “