Simeone, the manager of Atletico, yells at the officials following a Real Madrid red card in a derby.

By Madhupriya

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As a straight red card was given to Angel Correa in a 1-1 draw against their rivals on Saturday in the derby,

Diego Simeone, the coach of Atletico Madrid, alleged that Real Madrid receive preferential treatment from referees.

Simeone was incensed because referee Gil Manzano had dismissed Atletico forward Correa in the 64th minute for elbowing defender Antonio Rudiger in the chest while the score was still 0-0.

Simeone said to DAZN after the game that "a contact is not a blow." "A physical game is football.

Rudiger is 1.94 metres tall, and if it had been a really violent strike, he would have been left sitting down instead of rising right away."

Although it might only be a yellow card, removing a player for that would It's the same narrative, there won't be any players left on the pitch.

It is customary and has been typical for the referee to favour Madrid, and that is wrong.

It would be good if everyone could compete fairly. Simeone believed his club had been unfairly penalised against Madrid three times this season.



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