The numbers confirm this.
Much controversy arose over the video technology decisions in the El Clasico match between Barcelona And Real Madrid, to spread statistics confirming that the mouse has always been in the interest of the royal club, especially in the past months.
The video technology awarded a penalty kick to Cleemon Longle in favor of the Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, who converted it for the goal of his team at Camp Nou, amid Barcas assurances that there was no error in the game, while Barcelona refused to take two penalties before it.
Ronald Koeman, the Catalan coach, went out to the press and criticized the technique very clearly and considered that it was deliberately against Barcelona in all matches this season, especially in the strange decisions in the Clasico.
The newspaper “Sport” refuted in a report how the Real Madrid He benefited from the video decisions, in the last 17 matches, precisely since the return from Corona, he poured 12 technical interventions in favor of the Zinedine Zidane Brigade, compared to 5 against them.
Barcelona is also not the first club to complain about the mouse against Real Madrid this season, as Real Betis preceded him in the match, which the Royal won by 3-2, as well as Levante, who was defeated at home by two clean goals.
Despite this, Real Madrid fans criticized the technique on more than one occasion, for example in El Clasico the white fans wanted Longley to obtain a second yellow card for interfering with Ramos in the penalty kick and then obtain a dismissal, which was not decided by the technique or the arena referee.
Fans also complained about some decisions in the Real Sociedad match regarding the Ferland Mendy penalty kick, as well as Betis’s match regarding Carvalhos handball and the cancellation of Ramos’ goal against Levante.
In any case, video technology at the La Liga level is classified as one of the most controversial matters. In fact, it says that the Real has benefited from it more than it has harmed it, as it is a “Madridist invention” as the Catalan press called it.