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FC Barcelona has changed its mind. Sudden twist

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FC Barcelona lost 0: 1 to Inter Milan in the match of the third round of the Champions League group stage. The result of this match could have been completely different, but the referee did not recognize Pedri’s goal first, because he saw Ansu Fati’s hand in this action. At the end of the match, the referee did not dictate a penalty for “Barca” when Denzel Dumfries was playing with his hand in his own penalty area.

FC Barcelona withdraws from the complaint against the referees after the scandal against Inter

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The Catalans were furious and announced that they would complain about the work of the refereeing team to UEFA. It was mainly about the Dutch referee Pol Van Boekel, who on Tuesday was responsible for the VAR analysis and for the first time this season he “robbed” Barcelona from a penalty kick. .

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“AS” reported that Joan Laporta’s president had approved the official protest. Barcelona wanted to ask, among others UEFA, so that Pol Van Boekel will never referee FC Barcelona matches in the Champions League again. – He will do this through his lawyers, with photos attached to show his absolute indignation at what he believes to be “obvious act of injustice” – read the journal.

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However, a few hours passed and the situation changed dramatically. Catalan “Sport” announced that FC Barcelona will not, however, decide to file a complaint. “They believe that this is not the best way to express their position and that there are other channels for it,” we read. So we can talk about an unexpected turn of the shares.

FC Barcelona will have the opportunity for a rematch at Inter Milan in a week’s time. The “Nerazzurri” will visit Camp Nou this time. For Robert Lewandowski and his colleagues it will be a “to be or not to be” match in the later stages of the Champions League.

Source: Sport

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