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Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti blasted Manchester City’s equalizing goal after 3D footage showed the ball had gone out before Kevin De Bruyne’s shot in.

  Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti was furious with Manchester City ‘s equalizer in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final last night. 2566) passed by confirming that the ball was off the field during the game. But the referee insisted the UFABET ball was not out as Bernardo Silva reached the ball on the backline. Ancelotti protested against the decision at the time. And immediately went straight to the fourth referee when Kevin De Bruyne scored in the 67th minute

Carlo Ancelotti

         Madrid took the lead after 36 minutes thanks to a Vinicius Junior strike , with Ancelotti immediately upset by the equalizer. and ends up being reminded of his persistent protests. Footage has now surfaced showing that he had the right to be angry. BeIN Sports confirmed with 3D technology that the ball had gone before it was goal, however VAR did not verify the moment. and confirmed as the door Ancelotti is said to have watched a clip on beIN SPORTS showing the ball going off before it hit an equalizing goal and the Real Madrid boss spoke about it after the match:

         “The ball is out of bounds, that’s what the technology says. I don’t understand why VAR wasn’t checked, the referee didn’t pay attention to a lot of things tonight.” Asked earlier by BT Sport why he was shown a yellow card, he replied: “I don’t know why.” “I told [the referee]: ‘I’m not on the pitch, why are you giving me a yellow card?’ “I think he can give a player a yellow card. Not for the manager.”

Real Madrid ‘s game was mostly underdogs in the first half, with Manchester City dominating. But the decisiveness of the White King’s army gave them a 1-0 lead in the first half, however, the home team did a lot better in the second half and pretended to score a 2-0 lead, but it turned out to be the Blues. Fah comes to get the goal always hit. Still, Ancelotti was pleased with his squad ahead of their trip to the Etihad Stadium for the second leg.

         “In the defensive game we are doing well. Rudiger coped very well with Haaland,” he said. “The midfield stacks up well in front of the defence. We are pleased. Sometimes results don’t give you credit. But the form of play is really good. This Wednesday, May