Laporta risks a fine for having stormed the referees’ dressing room after the Spaniard Clasico

BERLIN: Barcelona president Joan Laporta was fined 602 euros ($ 593) after storming the referees’ locker room after his team lost 3-1 to his host and arch rival Real Madrid on Sunday last in the Spanish Football League. The first half ends with Real going ahead with two clear goals, scored by the French Karim Benzema and the Uruguayan Federico Valverde, but Barcelona renew the hope of returning to the match, after reducing the difference with a goal of Ferran Torres with 7 minutes left of the original After the video assistant technology (VAR) awarded a penalty kick in favor of Real Madrid, after Eric Garcia, the Catalan defender, blocked the Brazilian Rodrigo, the Real Madrid striker, inside thearea of rigor. Rodrygo successfully executed the penalty kick, scoring the third goal for Real, eliminating Barcelona’s chances of scoring the tie in the “Spanish Clasico”, held at (Santiago Bernabeu), the royal team’s stronghold. Barcelona’s defeat sparked an angry reaction from Laporta, who faced referee Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez in the locker room after the match. The competition commission imposed a sanction on Laporta today, Wednesday, based on the text of article no. 133 of the disciplinary code, relating to non-compliance with orders, as well as article 255, which provides for penalties for anyone who breaks into the referees’ locker room. With the defeat of Barcelona, ​​the team fell to second place in the La Liga standings, 3 points behind Real, who passed in summit alone. This defeat was another painful blow for Barcelona, ​​whose hopes of qualifying for the Champions League playoffs were dwarfed after the disappointing 3-3 draw with Italian host Inter Milan last Wednesday. (Exhibition DBA / Statistics)