Valencia insinuates 'robberies' of Real Madrid and Piqué joins the claim

Valencia recriminated the penalty they scored against in the duel against Real Madrid, which meant the first goal of the match thanks to Karim Benzema’s charge. As a joke, the Ché ensemble mentioned the acclaimed series La Casa de Papel in allusion to a “robbery.”

“The robbery in Madrid begins to be somewhat repetitive, the Casa de Papel,” wrote the Twitter account of Valencia after the signaling against him at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

And it is that towards the end of the first half, the central referee, Alejandro Hernández, did not go to review the VAR penalty that gave the team a partial advantage in the Spanish capital.

Even Gerard Piqué, defender of Barcelona, ​​took advantage of Valencia’s comment to throw a stone at the rival team, since the Catalans have the maximum sporting rivalry with the meringues.

“Do not say it too loud that they are going to sanction you,” wrote the Iberian defender on his Twitter account in response. Faced with this, Piqué got good and bad comments from the fans.

And it is that Casemiro fell in the area towards the 41st minute after he tried a cut and crossed with Omar Aldrete, who prevented his way to the area and thus remain hand in hand against Jasper Cillessen.

Without hesitation, the whistler scored a penalty and despite the fact that the VAR speaks to him constantly, they did not consider that he had to review the play, in addition, the central defender did not consider this necessary either.