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Celtic joins complaints against VAR and calls for "respect" – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith


Complaints against the VAR do not cease. El Celta de Vigo was the last LaLiga club to join criticism of the video referee system this day after the match against Mallorca, where Vigo's team tied 2, a result that will end the day in relegation places. "Penalty, red, penalty, second yellow. This is fair? The first three are clear actions of the VAR. Why didn't he intervene? RESPECT #Varbarity"tweeted Celta's official Twitter profile.

Celtic Shield / Flag

The Galician Club accompanied your tweet with a multi-action video montage where they consider that the VAR should have been applied. The first of these was an entry from Raillo to Brais, who then showed the camera the injuries from the accident. This image was followed by a possible penalty by Manolo Reina in Lobotka, who also suffered a strong entrance from Dani Rodríguez. The last image shows a strong blow from & # 39; Cucho & # 39; Hernandez in Rafinha.

Celta, as we say, was the last of several clubs to participate in these protests. Hours before Osasuna issued a statement protesting against the VAR: "The club does not understand how there was no penalty for Darko Brasanac after the VAR review," reads the letter from the reddish club, which also reported to RFEF for filing a formal complaint for "seriously harmed by the decision of the VAR"after this week's match at Wanda Metropolitano against Atletico Madrid.

Coat of Arms / Flag Osasuna

Tenerife also protested via Twitter, sharing some statements of its president Miguel Concepción: "We are suffering the interpretation of #VAR since the first game. It wasn't fair to #CDTenerife"It is our obligation that this kind of injustice be brought to the appropriate bodies, with the corresponding complaints, and justice done," they add.

However, the most common weekend complaint is FC Barcelona, ​​who was visibly upset after the penalty not conceded by Piqué in the last action of his Anoeta match against Real: SER informed that Bartomeu will present an institutional protest to RFEF President Luis Rubiales for not applying the VAR in the referred action. In addition it was Sergio Busquets, who expressed about the possible penalty that "the referee saw and would not whistle". "We don't know what happened to the referee or the head of the VAR, and in plays like this he should come in."he added. The Royal Society responded directly to Barcelona via social networks, following their tweets of the same images the Blaugranas protested against and some older ones, as a Mascherano penalty in Vela several seasons ago: "If others prefer to keep other images, we help select the ones that most clearly show reality."says Real in the tweet.