Real Madrid scores the winning goal, but the referee has already blown the whistle: chaos in Valencia

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Real Madrid scores the winning goal, but the referee has already blown the whistle: chaos in Valencia

Convulsive final in Valencia, where Real Madrid thought they had scored the winning goal 3-2 in the ninth minute of injury time, only to discover that the referee had blown the whistle for the end of the match a moment earlier. Chaos on the pitch, Bellingham sent off after he had scored.

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Incredible final and total chaos at the Mestalla in Valencia : Real Madrid thought they had scored the winning goal with Jude Bellingham in the last action of the match, only to discover that an instant earlier the referee Gil Manzano had blown the whistle to end the match . The very heated match therefore ended in a draw, a 2-2 which allowed Ancelotti's team to momentarily extend their lead in the standings to 7 points over Girona, who were playing in Mallorca on Sunday. After the end of the match, Bellingham himself was sent off in the excited crowd that formed around the referee.

Valencia had taken a 2-0 lead in the first half thanks to goals from Hugo Duro and Yaremchuk, but then Vinicius took care of it with a brace to tie the match, until the final action which sparked protests in Madrid. In the ninth minute of injury time, Modric's corner was cleared outside the area, the ball was won on the right by Brahim Diaz who crossed into the center for the head of Bellingham who scored. All made useless by the final whistle, which was heard clearly before the ball even reached the Englishman's head.

Just as Gil Manzano was clearly seen indicating the midfield to mark the end of the match, while behind him the ball entered the Valencia net. We cannot therefore speak of a goal being disallowed, but of a goal arriving outside the maximum time limit. The anger of the Real players for not having waited for the end of the action exploded uncontrollably at that point. “ It's a fucking goal, the ball is in the air ,” Bellingham shouted at the referee, who waved him the red card.

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The Madrid media are already talking about a “scandal”, at the end of a week that had been marked by Valencia's venom in denouncing the refereeing favoritism that Real Madrid enjoyed. As we can see, it is not only in Italy that the controversies over the referees' actions reach levels of maximum tension. ” There's little to say, something unprecedented has happened ,” Carlo Ancelotti later said.

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