The Qatari Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, president of Paris Saint-Germain, showed his anger at the decision of the referees not to point out a foul by Karim Benzema on the Italian Gianluigi Donnarumma in Real Madrid’s 1-1 draw.
That action was the beginning of the white team’s comeback, they tried to enter the referees’ locker room and broke the pennant of an assistant, as reflected by the main referee, the Dutchman Danny Makkelie, in the minutes of the match.
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“After the game, the president and sports director -Leonardo- of PSG showed aggressive behavior and tried to enter the referees’ locker room. They blocked the door and the president deliberately hit the flag of one of the attendees, breaking it,” the referee wrote.
Al-Khelaïfi already went down to the referees’ locker room after the first leg to ask for explanations, but this Wednesday the tension rose when PSG’s elimination from the knockout stages of the Champions League was confirmed.
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As EFE learned from Real Madrid sources present at the scene, andhe Qatari came down “screaming” and threatened an employee of the white group shouting “I’m going to kill you” for recording that moment, which will be analyzed by UEFA after asking Real Madrid for the video of the moment.
An Al-Khelaïfi who, according to these sources, was calmed down by his own bodyguards. But it was also Leonardo who showed his anger and, shouting, demanded to delete the images from the mobile, which fell to the ground in the brawl.
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