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Sergio Ramos says Real Madrid were denied two clear penalties against Barcelona

But the defender was happy with a point

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Sergio Ramos reckons Real Madrid were denied two clear penalties during Wednesday’s Clasico against Barcelona at the Camp Nou.

The game ended 0-0 which leaves the two teams still level on points in La Liga, but Barca top of the table with one game to play before the Christmas break.

Ramos reckons Real Madrid were given a tough time by the officials at the Camp Nou but is still pretty happy with the result.

“There were clearly two penalties. We saw it at half-time and it’s clear there are two penalties, but what I say won’t change anything. We had bad luck, but we won’t stick on that. We saw a great Real Madrid and despite that we didn’t win, we leave content.”

Source | Sport

Real Madrid appealed for spot-kicks twice in the first half, the first when Clement Lenglet and Raphael Varane clashed and the second when Ivan Rakitic appeared to pull Varane’s shirt.

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