The phrase written by the referee in the minutes of the Barcelona-Sevilla match

The phrase written by the referee in the minutes of the Barcelona-Sevilla match

The minutes set by the referee for the match between Barcelona and Seville (1-0) on Sunday at the Camp Nou contained a surprise. At the end of the match, an unknown person wearing a Barcelona team uniform shouted, “How bad are you” to Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez’s No. 1 assistant.

The referee wrote it this way in the minutes, in the section “Other Notes or Extensions to Previous Notes”: “After the match and we found ourselves in the changing room tunnel, an unidentified person dressed in the Barca uniform addressed my No. 1 assistant in the following phrases, at the top of his voice: “How much. You’re bad. Ask for identification from the local team rep, not possible.”

The minutes also specified that “before the start of the match, a minute’s silence was observed in memory of Raymon Carrasco, former president of FC Barcelona” and Xavi’s yellow card was clarified: “In the 55th minute, the coach [Hernández Creus, Xavier] was reprimanded for the following reason: to make comments Artistic on one of my decisions.”

The dismissal of the Sevilla assistant coach was also clarified: “In the 84th minute the coach [Sanz Iniesta, Pablo] was sent off for the following reason: ostensibly in protest of one of my decisions, having been warned in advance.”

Barcelona managed to beat Sevilla 1-0 to take second place with 57 points in the 30th round of the Spanish Football League, La Liga.

Barcelona won its first consecutive victory in the Spanish League, and the team is 12 points away from leaders Real Madrid, with a match minus in favor of the Catalan team. The minutes set by the referee of the Barcelona-Seville match (1-0) on Sunday at Camp Nou contained a surprise. At the end of the match, an unknown person wearing a Barcelona team uniform shouted, “How bad are you” to Jose Maria Sanchez Martinez’s No. 1 assistant.

The referee wrote it this way in the minutes, in the section “Other Notes or Extensions to Previous Notes”: “After the match and we found ourselves in the changing room tunnel, an unidentified person dressed in the Barca uniform addressed my No. 1 assistant in the following phrases, at the top of his voice: “How much. You’re bad. Ask for identification from the local team rep, not possible.”

The minutes also specified that “before the start of the match, a minute’s silence was observed in memory of Raymon Carrasco, former president of FC Barcelona” and Xavi’s yellow card was clarified: “In the 55th minute, the coach [Hernández Creus, Xavier] was reprimanded for the following reason: to make comments Artistic on one of my decisions.”

The dismissal of the Sevilla assistant coach was also clarified: “In the 84th minute the coach [Sanz Iniesta, Pablo] was sent off for the following reason: ostensibly in protest of one of my decisions, having been warned in advance.”

Barcelona managed to beat Sevilla 1-0 to take second place with 57 points in the 30th round of the Spanish Football League, La Liga.

Barcelona won its first consecutive victory in the Spanish League, and the team is 12 points away from leaders Real Madrid, with a match minus in favor of the Catalan team.