Arbitration controversy of Real Madrid 2 - Chelsea 3 | Analysis of all the key plays

Arbitration controversy of Real Madrid 2 – Chelsea 3 | Analysis of all the key plays

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Arbitration controversy of Real Madrid 2 – Chelsea 3 | Analysis of all the key plays. Real Madrid is a competitive team that knows how to suffer and overcome the impossible. Before you asked me for a small analysis, but it cannot be done. I would love for someone to explain this kind of thing to me. Until the 80th minute they were suffering, 0-3, with Carvajal as central defender… but in the end you lift that (…) It’s tremendous, there’s no explanation.

You have to enjoy those moments, because you don’t know if one day they will do the same again. There have been times in the tie where I suffered a lot. I had no idea where the comeback could come from. Ancelotti, although he was late, was right with the changes. The players who have entered have done very well. The team has believed that it could and in the end it has achieved it.

Marciniak is still a talisman

Real Madrid ‘s idyll with the Polish referee in the Champions League continues. Despite the fact that it is his first defeat with him refereeing, it has not prevented Carlo Ancelotti’s team from going to the semi-finals.

Chelsea , who today was refereed for the first time by this referee, will have a bitter memory of him despite the victory.

The most controversial plays

Minute 36. Karim Benzema received a very rigorous yellow card in an aerial dispute with Thiago Silva.

Minute 46. Possible penalty for a push from Casemiro to Havertz inside the area not indicated.

Minute 50. Rüdiger scored the 0-2 in a corner kick that was not.

Minute 61. Marcos Alonso’s goal was annulled by a hand on the control before shooting.

The final tally of the match

Real Madrid: 30 tackles, 17 fouls and four cards (Benzema 37′, Fede Valverde 68′, Camavinga 91′ and Carvajal 118′).

Chelsea : 31 tackles, 20 fouls and five cards (Reece James 10′, Ziyech 102′, Havertz 105′ and Azpilicueta and Tuchel).

Balance of the 90 minutes

Real Madrid: 20 tackles, 11 fouls and three yellow cards (Benzema 37′, Fede Valverde 68′ and Camavinga 91′).

Chelsea : 25 tackles, 15 fouls and one yellow card (Reece James, 10′).

End of the 90’s!

The semi-finalist will be decided in extra time !

 

 

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