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Errors That VAR Made Which Debar Real Madrid From Winning Against Man City

It was no doubt an incredible game between Real Madrid and Manchester City at Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night as they played a 1-1 draw. Vinicius Junior scored Real Madrid's goal while Kevin De Bruyne scored in the sixty-seventh minute to level the scoreline. Carlo Ancelotti's side will hope to secure a win at Etihad Stadium come next week Wednesday.

In reality, Real Madrid could have won by at least two (2) goals but the wrong decisions made by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) prevented the Spanish side to secure a win at Santiago Bernabeu. Jack Grealish committed a foul in Manchester City's box and could have been awarded a penalty but the referee and Video Assistant Referee looked away.

Furthermore, considering the build-up to Kevin De Bruyne's equalizer, it was glaring that the ball had gone to throwing but the referee and Video Assistant Referee (VAR) never called for a review. These decisions hurt Real Madrid by not winning the game. Aside from the two errors, Bernardo Silva ought to receive a red card for his unruly challenge of Camavinga.

A review of the incident shows that Bernardo Silva intentionally tackle Camavinga but not even a yellow card was awarded.

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