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The controversial statements of Mark Clattenburg, collegiate who directed the final of the Champions League between Real Madrid and the Atlético de Madrid in Milan. The English collegiate He admitted that he was wrong giving the goal of Sergio Ramos and he made up for it by calling the penalty Pepe on Fernando Torres.
The referee chased the Real Madrid footballer throughout the final. When he received a lack of Carrasco, the referee declared that he had thrown himself and that he was trying to exaggerate. In fact, he stuck his tongue out at her asking her to get up and said, “Are you that lazy to be that big?”
In relation to these statements, the Mayor of Madrid, Jose Luís Martínez Almeida, has referred to this year’s Champions League. The representative of the capital of Spain He has wanted the white club to qualify for the next round for a reason. “I want Real Madrid to pass in the tie against Manchester City. The third is defeated and this time in a Madrid – Atleti final Clattenburg would not be,” he explained in an interview in The Great Match of COPE with Joseba Larrañaga.
The mayor of Madrid is a recognized Atlético fan and has stayed for that final on several occasions. Still, Martínez Almeida will go with Real Madrid when the second leg of the Champions League between Manchester City and the white club can be played. The English took the first leg shock in the Santiago Bernabeu by 1-2.
[Más información: La final más difícil de Clattenburg: el ‘fuera de juego’ de Sergio Ramos, problemas con Pepe…]