by spencer morgan

23:56 21 April 2024, updated 01:55 22 April 2024

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LaLiga faced criticism during the El Clasico match on Sunday barcelona And real Madrid There was no goal-line technicality and President Javier Tebas hit back.

The tie was tied 1-1 at the Bernabeu when Lamin Yamal thought he had given the Catalans the lead by flicking in a corner.

His effort seemed to beat goalkeeper Andrey Lunin before he managed to deflect it wide of the goal.

However, the referee continued play and VAR could not confirm whether it had actually crossed the line.

like league Premier League There is now technology to resolve such incidents in seconds, allowing officers to receive a signal on their watch telling them whether it is a target or not.

Yet there is no such technique in the Spanish top flight, as El Larguero points out La Liga President Javier Tebas does not want to pay its ‘£2.6 million’ cost.

Fans were in disbelief that Yamal’s strike was not ruled a goal, but Tebas immediately defended his league’s lack of technique.

The LaLiga president posted a series of articles about moments where goal-line technology has made mistakes.

Tebas apparently responded to the criticism by writing ‘No comment’ alongside the images.

It was a costly moment for Barcelona, ​​who lost the game due to another delay. Jude Bellingham the winner.

It seemed that Lamin had crossed Yamal’s strike line but the goal could not be scored.
Javier Tebas reminds supporters that goal-line technology can also make mistakes

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