The Whites complained about a foul on Tavares with 30 seconds to go. Those two free throws ended up giving Barcelona the victory. “The referees are the bosses on the court”, clears Chus Mateo
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When Rudy Ferndez he could not even execute the final launch and they are the honk that gave Bara the victory, on one side of the track Gerschon Yabusele enter in trance. rocks on Emilio Perez Pizarro, whom he nearly felled with his screams. In the dressing room tunnel, the tantrum of the Real Madrid players continued, extremely upset with the decisions of the referees during the battle of the Palau.
There were several actions that raised blisters. Deck was stunned when he was called a technical foul, just like talker when they told him flopping (simulation) after receiving an elbow from Brandon Davies in the face. But none like the one that was going to be decisive.
With tie at 69, Cory Higgins initiated a penetration through the middle of the zone. Less than 30 seconds left. Edy Tavares, from behind, with its immensity, tried to plug the tray, which did not fit. Pérez Pizarro, the main referee, signaled a foul to push. But the giant at no time leans on the azulgrana, whom he touches almost imperceptibly after leaving the tray. Those two free throws ended up giving Bara the win.
In your social networks, Nigel Williams-Gossinjured, soon burst out: “The referees gave them the game again… Incredible. I don’t understand this at all! Let the teams decide the wins and losses,” he wrote.
Chus Mateo I tempered afterwards. “We are not in the habit of talking about the referees. We dedicate ourselves to playing basketball. There are things that happen on the court. The referees are part of the game, of course. They are the bosses on the court and they assess what is missing or not. Once the match is over, there’s nothing more to talk about, we only focus on the third match. Paul Laso.
Jasikevicius tampoco He wanted to get into arbitration controversy, but he did talk about the level of aggressiveness that is reaching a final that is decisive for the future of both teams. “You have to fight to the death in Madrid. This is how it is. With blood if necessary. I know it’s using very big words, but it’s like that. People are tired and physically affected. They and us. Survive who has more courage, some cold blood in some moments…”, explained the Lithuanian.
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