Real Madrid’s Vinicius Junior took to Twitter to criticise the refereeing in their defeat to Girona on Tuesday. Despite scoring and assisting in the match, Vinicius faced racial abuse. He expressed his frustration with the officials’ lack of protection towards him earlier in the season. As the most-fouled player in Europe’s big five leagues, Vinicius believes he should receive rough treatment from defenders.
Vinicius Junior delivered an outstanding performance for Real Madrid during their match against Girona on Tuesday. He scored a goal and provided an assist. However, he also experienced racial abuse from the opposing fans.
Despite his impressive performance, Vinicius Junior received criticism for his behavior during the match. He was seen engaging in arguments with the referee and opposing players. Thus, leading to some questioning his attitude on the pitch.
What did Vinicius Junior tweet after the match?
Vinicius Junior expressed his frustration with the refereeing in a tweet after the match. This included two laughing while sweating emojis and the words “La Liga.”
The tweet referred to a specific incident where he was on the floor and a Girona player kicked the ball at him. Vinicius appealed to the referee and was subsequently booked, while the Girona player, Santi Bueno, did not receive any punishment. Despite the ongoing incident, the play carried on.
It’s worth noting that opinions on whether Vinicius should have been sent off may vary. Some may argue that his actions warranted a red card. While others may believe that the referee was right to keep him on the pitch.
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