The second goal of Chelsea against Real Madrid, which was scored by Antonio Rudiger, sparked widespread controversy in the match between the two teams, on Tuesday evening, in the Champions League.
The match between Real Madrid and Chelsea will be held at the “Santiago Bernabeu” in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals.
And the game began when Reiss James, a Chelsea player, entered at the foot of Mordic, and the ball went outside the goal, and the referee awarded a corner kick, which was found in protest by Luca and his colleagues over the decision.
Chelsea took the corner kick and Rudiger managed to rise to it, to score the second goal for the Blues against Real Madrid in the 51st minute.
The referee of the meeting did not resort to video technology in order to review the shot from its beginning, and some described that Antonio Rudiger’s goal was illegal.
Article 10 of the var regulation states: “If play is resumed after it has been stopped, the referee cannot request a ‘Video Technology Review’ (as if it were a new game) except in the case of misidentification or an offense punishable by expulsion for violent behaviour, spitting, biting or uttering words. obscene or offensive or offensive gestures.
The original time for the Chelsea-Real Madrid match ended with the Blues advancing 3-1 in the Champions League quarter-final second leg, noting that the first leg ended with the Royal winning by the same score.
Rudiger rises above everyone else and scores Chelsea’s second goal against Real Madrid.. Chelsea just cuffs and the match is on a hot tin #Champions League #Chelsea_Real_Madrid pic.twitter.com/S8OGmTHDow
— beIN SPORTS (@beINSPORTS) April 12, 2022 “> To view the goal