February 26 News Atletico Madrid coach Simeone attended the post-match press conference with Real Madrid
First of all, the first question, is Correa’s foul a red card?
I think everyone who has played football knows that normal physical contact is definitely different from hitting someone.
Rudiger’s 1.94 meter man, if I remember correctly, can hit the ground in one hit?
Then stand up again, right?
What I saw at the time was like this, it might be a yellow card, no problem, but the player is sent out directly… Such actions may happen in the game, this penalty is not good for us, we understand, time and time again.
Of course, this does not affect that we still play football in our own way.
In the presence of VAR, controversial penalties still exist:
I think VAR must have made the misjudgment more obvious, because everyone saw what was going on.
Just like yesterday’s game in Elche, there were many strange situations. For some unknown reason, Elche was sent off by one person.
In such a situation, we need to accept and support the referee’s work. After all, everyone helps each other and things can go on.
Sometimes it may be in our favor, and sometimes it may be against us.
But every time we come to the Bernabeu, it seems to be against us (laughs).
Do you think Atletico Madrid is too back today?
Reildo was injured, Correa was sent off, and then the lead was equalized. Atletico Madrid’s defense today almost made it difficult for Real Madrid to create opportunities:
Our feeling is that we can win the game, even if we played one less player, although we know that Real Madrid is very strong and fast at the end of the game, and they are very confident and very threatening.
We are very sorry that Reinierdo was injured at a critical moment. He is a very hard-working player and gives his all on every ball.
Then Correa was sent off and we were left with Morata, Carrasco, Griezmann and Lemar up front and we tried to see if we could score on the counter-attack.
We defended very well today, and I hope the fans can be proud of the team.
We played well after the World Cup and we have to prepare for the game against Sevilla.
Atlético Madrid’s official post-match Twitter account sent out “nothing new at the Bernabeu”, and then released a picture of Correa’s leg injury. What do you think of this?
Can it be said that after Correa was sent off, a draw is already an acceptable result?
I don’t think there is anything more to say, our official tweet has already said what it should say.
I’ll just say what I saw, it was a great game, and everyone who comes here knows that’s what it is.
Real Madrid are very strong, then Reynierdo’s injury affected us a lot because he is a very important player and this time the injury was serious.
Then Correa was sent off. Of course we understand that the referee was very close and may have seen Correa’s actions, but we still have VAR. I think if the referee saw the VAR, he would know that the action was not so serious. It is worth paying for it.
We also don’t know if the referee communicated with VAR and who made the decision.
But everyone saw it, and then Rudiger stood up quickly. He is so tall, Correa is small, and there are all kinds of physical contact. If you want to see it, you can see it.
We can understand, but sometimes, we also need to see whether the action is so serious and whether it is worth such a punishment.
It’s all the referee’s decision, and once again we have an unfavorable call.
Of course, we need to support the work of referees, and we also need fairer penalties. Only by supporting the work can we have fairer penalties.
We have VAR, with so many staff, we should have a better playing environment.