The unusual answer from La Liga's president about Barcelona's disallowed goal against Real Madrid

La Liga president Javier Tebas leaves a message about the controversial incident in El Clasico.

Lucas Vasquez and Joao Cancelo in El Clasico match at the Santiago Bernabeu.

While football fans wanted to know why La Liga did not have goal technology to check the controversial moment of FC Barcelona scoring a goal past the line against Real Madrid's Lunin in the first half of El Clasico, the La Liga president made a terrible response to the outrage, On X, Tebas posted images of how the goal line technology has made mistakes in the past and basically defended his league by not investing in having the system to check for valid goals where the ball crosses the line. Tebas wrote, "without comments," and Barcelona fans were furious about this post by Tebas.

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Reports in Spain suggest that Javier Tebas had the opportunity to use goal-line technology in La Liga stadiums this season, but the president refused. The investment in this system is worth 3 million euros, and FIFA offered the technology for the stadiums in La Liga. Tebas reportedly said that it is an expensive technology, and the VAR technique is sufficient for the purpose.

A Polish channel, Canal +, showed an image of the ball not crossing the line if they were to use goal-line technology. A part of the ball did not cross the line and since the entirety of it did not completely cross the line, there is no goal.

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