Breaking! Police called in as PSG Directors Confront Madrid Officials

 

Police called in as PSG Directors Confront Madrid Officials
Police called in as PSG Directors Confront Madrid Officials

PSG were left fuming after Real Madrid eliminate them from the Champions League at the Bernabeu.

Report has it that the club officials led by director Leonardo were not happy with the referee. This was due to their elimination from the Champions League after they had taken a two-goal lead in the tie.

After PSG directors confronted match officials, Real Madrid police were brought in to defuse the situation at the Bernabeu Stadium.

Spanish sports radio station El Partidazo de COPE reports that following the game, PSG directors Leonardo Araujo and Nasser Al-Khelaifi went down to the match officials’ dressing room to confront them over their decision to not award a foul on goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma when he was seemingly impeded by Karim Benzema for Real Madrid’s first goal on the night.

Before Real Madrid scored, Benzema forced Donnarumma into a mistake. This according to PSG’s directors, was a foul. The referees were allegedly battered during the altercation, and the police were summoned to help resolve the situation.

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It remains to be seen whether the alleged occurrences were documented by the referee in his report, with the French giants facing hefty fines if proven guilty.

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