SpanishTOComplained about the arbitration decisions at the meeting
David Lpez, defender of Espanyol, said this Sunday, after the 3-1 defeat against the Atletico de Madrid,the "pissed off" of his team for the void goal, which is 2-2, in which "there is no lack or there is no excuse that is worth", and said the rojiblanco set"made a spectacular campaign against the VAR"after the previous clash with Sevilla and "has given effect".
"We got angry because I believe that the VAR has not helped us.At least on the second goal, the action should have been better reviewed(…) The Atletico has done very well, because after the match with Sevilla he campaigned against the spectacular VAR and has given them effect.It seems that now we have to do itfor that to be the case, but I think that will not have to be necessary and the VAR should work properly, "he said.
"I will be careful with my words, because then you know how everything works.It's normal for us to get pissed off. Now that we have been reviewing images and seeing well the repetitions, even more pissed off, "repas in the mixed zone of the Metropolitan Wanda.
"I think that in Morata's first goal, the offside is very, very fair.There are even images that are circulating that you see that is not out of play by centimeters. And in the tie that I mark, there is neither lack nor excuse that is worth. Anyone who is a soccer player knows that this is not a fault, "he said.
"If it had been the other way around, is it a penalty? I don't think so.At the very least, take the time to go check the action, just as you have done with Felipe's mother.Nor do I want to excuse myself in that, because they have been better and they have won us, but this, and more in the situation we are in, hurts us, "he said.
And I insisted thathe does not know what the referee has indicated in the action of his void goal. "According l, missing.And the lack I see is between the two Atletico players.All of us who have played football know that this is not necessary in any case "affirm.
. (tagsToTranslate) First Division (t) RCD Espanyol (t) Atlético de Madrid