Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman is facing a threat of punishment for his statements about video technology, after the El Clásico match against Real Madrid in the seventh round of the Spanish Football League.

After Barcelona lost the El Clasico match (1-3) last Saturday at the Camp Nou stadium, Coman stated that he does not understand the video technology "VAR" and that it is used only to the detriment of Barcelona, ​​after a penalty kick was awarded to defender Sergio Ramos, captain. Real Madrid, after resorting to video technique.

Coman confirmed during statements carried by the Spanish newspaper "Marca", that arbitration played a decisive role in losing his team, saying: "We played well and created opportunities, and in the second half also we were good, and we did not deserve to lose today, and I did not understand some of the referee's decisions, and his decisions affected the The result of the match, and before the penalty kick, we were fine

He added: "The penalty kick had a great impact, and I do not understand the video technology, and I think it is used against Barcelona only. We played 5 matches and we did not benefit from them, and we do not deserve to lose today."

The coach revealed his conversation with the referee: "I told him," Do you see it as a penalty kick? For me it is not, and I told him that I hope someday they will be able to explain to me how the video referee works in Spain? "Messi was entitled to a penalty against Seville and the cards were not deserved against Getafe. ".

The Spanish newspaper "Sport" reported that Koeman could be punished after his recent statements.

And if a complaint against Koeman from the Integrity Committee arrives at the Spanish Federation, an investigation will be opened into the statements of the Dutch coach, as happened before, towards the Chilean coach, Manuel Pellegrini, Real Betis coach, who objected to a penalty awarded to Real Madrid in the third round.

In the event that Koeman was found guilty of against the Spanish arbitration, he would be subject to a suspension ranging from 4 to 12 matches, in addition to a fine ranging from 601 euros to 3005.06 euros.

Article 100 of the penal code prohibits statements that carry an explicit accusation of arbitration in the Spanish League matches.

Source: Agencies

By:Nadeemy Haded

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