The screenshot of Zinedine Zidane and Toni Kroos asking Martinez Munuera for an excuse for the Militao penalty that made the game complicated for them was one of the photos left by Real Madrid – Sevilla epilogue. Read more about Zidane and Kroos dispute with the referee below.
About the fact that the footballer was isolated (and potentially sanctioned), the coach and the referee exchanged a few words. Later in a press conference, Zidane clarified the reason. The referee’s reasons did not persuade him at all, in part. The regulation has changed since last season: from voluntariness to unnaturalness of conduct.
Beyond the content, the scene was visually stunning. While Zidane is not the first coach to call for answers after a game, many took the picture as an indication of strain on referees. Coaches often inquire, especially if they have been injured as a result of an action.
This scene takes place at a pivotal point in the season. Four teams battle for the championship in the absence of three days, with Barcelona among them. And this is where the psychological component comes into play: Gerard Piqué is the Ballon d’Or in that context.
Few people understand how to manage the media and social threads to apply his creations to the arbitration function. Or at the very least, build a current of positive sentiment better than the central culé.
As a result, he responded to the scene between Zidane, Kroos, and the referee on Twitter with the ironic message. He wrote: “People understand talking.”
Barcelona and Real Madrid are tied for second place in La Liga with 75 points, two points behind Athletic Bilbao.
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