Alexis Ruano attending to the means after the Alavés-Madrid

Alexis burst against the referee

Alexis destapó the referee's performance in the Alavés-Madrid

Published:30/10/2016 - 11:15h

Updated:30/10/2016 - 11:16h

The central of the Sportive Alavés Alexis Ruano burst against the referee of the party in front of the Real Madrid. The Andalusian defender affirmed that "his performance has been regrettable" after pitar two penaltis non-existent in his against

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The performance of the referee Sánchez Martínez has outraged to more than one after his regrettable party in the Sportive Alavés-Real Madrid. The trencilla, that erró in several played always against of the Basques, arrived to pitar two penaltis non-existent for the merengues that launched Cristiano Ronaldo. One of them annotated it for empatar a party that had complicated them to the visitors.

And all this did not do more than crispar the spirits of the players and technicians of the team vitoriano. They could not believe it clamoroso of the decisions taken by the referee and thus it was Alexis Ruano the one who burst against him in the back interview to the party, just on foot of field.

"The referee has been very bad. It has been regrettable. We leave us very angered because against this can not struggle. Claro that influences in the result because we went by in front and has us pitado a penalti that was not. No longer it can do at all", soltó of cutting form Alexis when finishing the duel.

"Sincerely in the penaltis, this happens in his area and no him it pitan. It is necessary to say it clear. I am got angry by the referee and because in the last fifteen minutes have left us go and this, against the Real Madrid, is very dangerous because they go very well to the contragolpes and have hunted us backwards", concluded his intervention.

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