Disclosure of the “Classico Earth” referee – Al-Riyadi


The Spanish League and Spanish Football Association officials announced, on Thursday, the name of the referee, who will manage the upcoming El Clásico match between Real Madrid and their arch-rivals Barcelona on Saturday, which may be crucial in determining the identity of the Spanish League champion this season.

Everyone was expecting the name of the referee who would run the match, especially in light of the intense debate surrounding the arbitration in recent days after the mistakes made by the referee Jaime, who managed the match between Barcelona and Valladolid, and ended with the victory of the Catalan team with a goal for nothing in the 90th minute of the match.

Real Madrid, whose match will be at home at Alfredo Di Stefano’s stadium, is currently ranked third in the Spanish League table with 63 points, two points behind second-placed Barcelona, ​​while Atletico Madrid occupies the lead with 66 points.

The first round match between the two teams at Camp Nou ended with Real Madrid winning 3-1.

And it was officially announced yesterday morning that veteran referee Matteo Lahues will be a referee for the match between Real Madrid and Barcelona, ​​while the referee, Riojan Soto Grado, will be the referee of video technology in the El Clasico campaign.

Matteo Lahues was not the nominated name in the first place, to manage the El Clasico match during the past few days, but rather the choice was between Monteiro and De Burgos, one of them being referees for the arena and the other for video technology.

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Real Madrid was optimistic with the appointment of Matteo Lahues as referee for the El Clasico match, especially since the Madrid team had previously won 3 games with Barcelona, ​​managed by Lahues, while they lost one match and tied once as well, during 5 Clasico games managed by Matteo Lahues, according to (Ace) ..

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