Real Madrid defender Marcelo has said he laments not fouling Barcelona’s Sergi Roberto toward the begin of the move that brought about Lionel Messi’s last-wheeze victor.
Messi’s second objective of the amusement, directed home in the withering seconds, secured a 3-2 win for Barca in a thriller at the Bernabeu.
The move started when Sergi Roberto surged from his own half, running 50 yards before the ball was attempted to Messi, who twisted it home to put Barca top of the table on their no holds barred record over Madrid.
Addressing journalists after the diversion, Brazil worldwide Marcelo stated: “At last in the event that I make the foul, a specialized foul, on Sergi, possibly they don’t score the objective, in spite of the fact that it is difficult to know.
“Numerous things occur in seconds – it is extremely troublesome. Possibly I assume the fault, there is no issue with that. In the event that I make a foul, they don’t score the objective.
“It is not just about Marcelo, it could be any player – despite the fact that the further the ball is from our objective the better.”
Madrid were irate with the choice to demonstrate a straight red card to Sergio Ramos for a lurch on Messi with the diversion to be decided, and Marcelo said it had been a central point in the outcome.
“At last, a few mix-ups and little points of interest have had the effect, not quite recently the counter-assault,” he said.
“I don’t give my supposition on officials, in spite of the fact that a sending off influences a group.”
In any case, he focused on that Madrid stayed in a decent position to win both the Liga title – they have an amusement close by on Barcelona – and the Champions League.
“We don’t escape when we win and we won’t get down after an annihilation,” he included.
“We made an incredible showing with regards to and we leave with our heads held high. We’re very much put in two rivalries and we’ll continue functioning as we were some time recently.”
Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo missed an unmistakable shot from short proximity with the amusement gridlocked at 1-1 halfway during that time half.
Television pictures additionally demonstrated that a disappointed Ronaldo felt Marcelo or another Madrid player ought to have done whatever was important to prevent Barca from mounting a counter-assault so late in the amusement.Promote Your Music On This Platform Contact : Mobile : +2348132090729 BBM:33428A0F Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter : @ijebuloadedNG