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Real Madrid locker room ‘feeling hurt’ by referee’s actions in 2-2 draw vs Valencia – report



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Jesus Gil Manzano’s judgment during Real Madrid’s 2-2 draw against Valencia has led to major controversy and according to journalist Rodra (h/t RM4 Arab), those at the capital club feel hurt by the refereeing decisions that have gone against them in the league.

Gil Manzano blew the final whistle, ending the game and disallowing Ancelotti’s team’s comeback. This decision upset the record European champions and as a result of the fiasco, Jude Bellingham was sent off, and Joselu received a yellow card. 

Real Madrid’s website branded Gil Manzano’s decision “unprecedented,” claiming it prevented their victory. Club sources state they experienced something they had never seen before.

At Real Madrid, they quickly appealed Bellingham’s red card. They also looked into the other cards given during the match, like Vinicius’ in the 72nd minute, Federico Valverde’s in the 80th minute, and Joselu’s, which happened after the disallowed goal and was given when the game was already over.

Real Madrid are hurt

Jude Bellingham was sent off against Valencia. (Photo by Aitor Alcalde/Getty Images)

Real Madrid are really upset about what happened in their recent game against Valencia. They think the referees have made some bad decisions that have hurt their position in La Liga. 

They point to examples like Lucas Vazquez’s goal being disallowed in the last game against Sevilla and a penalty given to Hugo Duro in the Valencia game, which was later changed after using VAR.

Day by day, they are becoming more disappointed with LaLiga, and they are even thinking about joining the Super League in the future. They believe that in the Super League, these kinds of referee mistakes will not happen.

In simple words, Real Madrid are really mad about the referees in La Liga making bad calls, but they are trying to put that aside and concentrate on their upcoming UEFA Champions League game. 

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Real Madrid star unlikely to travel to London with the rest of the squad



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Real Madrid will be on their way to England this Thursday as they gear up to take on Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday.

The players and the staff will be on a flight to London tomorrow to prepare for the clash at Wembley.

However, according to a report from journalist Arancha Rodriguez, Real Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin might not travel with the rest of the team tomorrow.

The 25-year-old Ukrainian goalkeeper has not trained for three days in a row after coming down with the flu.

Lunin has overcome the flu, but he still has the virus and there is still a chance he could be contagious.

Lunin will not travel with the rest of the team. (Photo by Rafal Oleksiewicz/Getty Images)

As such, Real Madrid, aware of the importance of Saturday’s match against Borussia Dortmund, are considering leaving the Ukrainian behind to avoid any possible contagion ahead of the Champions League final.

The goalkeeper will likely not travel with the rest of the expedition to London on Thursday and will fly alone on Saturday to avoid the risk of infection.

On Thursday, Lunin will undergo another check-up and, depending on the viral load, he could even travel on Friday. But it seems impossible for him to travel with his teammates.

It has already been suggested that Lunin would be making way for Thibaut Courtois in the starting lineup against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday. The likelihood of that has increased following the events of this week.

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