The referees mock Real Madrid with amount of added time

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Real Madrid missed another chance on Wednesday after Barcelona had lost to Rayo Vallecano, only managing a draw at home to Osasuna.

Los Blancos weren’t brilliant, but they deserved the win. Marco Asensio missed a big chance to prove a point, and Eden Hazard did little to nothing when he came on. The attack, for now, is Vinicius Junior and Karim Benzema.

Soto Grado had problems on the night, and his officiating earned whistles from the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, giving a comical four minutes of stoppage time after incredible time wasting from the visitors.

Asensio, the Bernabeu needs more
Carlo Ancelotti started the Balearic Islander, leaving Rodrygo Goes out. But his decision wasn’t justified as the Spaniard disappointed, looking shy on the pitch and not the player that the coach and fans need him to be. The Brazilian came on and looked an immediate upgrade.

Nobody is stopping Vinicius
Vinicius Junior is on the other side of that same coin. Everything good passes through him at the moment, and he is only getting better the more he plays, with fatigue not being an issue in the slightest.

Ancelotti wanted Camavinga to calm down
Eduardo Camavinga didn’t have his best night and had to be taken off at half time, already on a yellow card and risking a red. Ancelotti asked him to calm down, but had to replace him.

Soto Grado laughs at Real Madrid
They say that referees have been instructed to increase stoppage time this season, which is why Atletico Madrid scored in the 99th minute in Cornella, and why Barcelona had until the 98th to level at Vallecas. But that doesn’t appear to apply to Real Madrid, where Soto Grado only added four minutes despite constant time wasting from Osasuna.

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