Do his thick eyebrows hide lynx eyes? It’s a theory that takes shape on Tuesday after the yellow card inflicted on Carlo Ancelotti in the semi-final first leg (1-1). The Italian belched from Kevin de Bruyne’s magnificent goal, arguing that the ball went out of bounds during the action. Explanations.
In the 66th minute, City revives and the ball arrives at the feet of Kyle Walker. The Englishman turns around and tries to find Bernardo Silva glued to the touchline. His high pass is very strong and the Portuguese must make an acrobatic gesture to keep the ball in the era of play. From his technical area, Ancelotti, he believes he saw the ball outside.
“Eduardo is a guarantee”: Real do not want Camavinga, quite the contrary
6 HOURS AGO
Who is favourite? “We know more about Madrid than about City”
“It seemed to me outside this ball, yeshe explained at the microphone of Movistar, without crying foul. I think the referee was not very attentive. This is a situation that the VAR must control. Moreover, before the attack, there was a corner. I don’t know if it’s a decisive action but hey…“. A version supported by computer-generated images produced by beIN Sport.
If the Italian did not want to insist, it is also because this rescue of Bernardo Silva comes more than twenty seconds before the flash of the Belgian. Meanwhile, Madrid had recovered the ball on a cross from… de Bruyne and it was Camavinga, guilty of a very dangerous axial recovery, who had returned the ball to the Citizens. In other words, between the potential touch and De Bruyne’s goal, a footballing eternity has passed.
The cheat sheet: Strange and indecisive
6 HOURS AGO
Masterpieces, Camavinga, the shadow of Haaland, the vein of Carvajal: The tops and flops of Real – City
7 HOURS AGO