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La Liga rejects Laporta’s complaints: “It looked like a goal but…”

Joan Laporta issued an institutional message yesterday, stating that he would demand a replay of the Clásico if he found an image proving that Lamine Yamal’s supposed goal had crossed the line. Surreal and embarrassing.

This comes after Real Madrid and Athletic Club de Bilbao were the only two clubs that voted in favor of implementing goal-line technology. Meanwhile, the Blaugrana side has always aligned with Javier Tebas on many issues.

Therefore, it seems evident that they should not complain about this happening in La Liga. The Premier League, for example, is a competition that does have this tool and there are no such controversies.

In this way, a case very similar to what happened at the Santiago Bernabéu has been going viral on social media in recent hours. The ball appeared to have gone in, but thanks to the digitization of the play, it was shown that it did not.

READ MORE: Why GOAL-Line technology is absent in La Liga? A controversial decision in the heat of El Clásico

Valdebebas is clear: they are covering up their season

Real Madrid’s leaders are clear that Laporta has set the Blaugrana machinery in motion with the aim of covering up the terrible year that his club has had. For this reason, they do not give much importance to everything that has been happening in recent hours.

Inside the white club, they are convinced that no match will be replayed and they are only thinking about closing La Liga in the best possible way and trying to beat Bayern Munich to reach the Champions League final.

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