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(VIDEO) He lost his mind, got a red card and the polemic gesture Araujo did after been sent off in Barcelona vs PSG

Ronald Araujo makes a controversial gesture as he walks off the pitch.

Ronald Araujo received a red card in Barcelona vs PSG in the Champions League.

FC Barcelona's Ronald Araujo makes a controversial gesture, suggesting that the game was rigged after he received a red card in the first half. The Uruguayan defender was getting outpaced by PSG's Bradley Barcola until Araujo pushed him down just outside the penalty box. Since he was the last defender, Araujo was sent off with a straight red card by the referee, and Araujo was shocked by the decision. He makes a gesture with his hands, suggesting the game is being paid.

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Because of the red card, Barcelona and Xavi needed to do something to adjust the team with ten men for the rest of the team. Xavi decided to take out Lamine Yamal and replace him with Inigo Martinez. Everything was going well for FC Barcelona before the red card as they scored in the 12th minute. Yamal dribbles in the box and his low pass in the middle of the box is met by Raphinha, whose leg pokes the ball past Gianluigi Donnarumma.

It only took PSG to capitalize the red card Araujo received as Barcola sent a cross in the box to Ousmane Dembele. The former Barcelona player scored a great goal and smashed the ball into the net to make it 1-1. It was his second goal in the Champions League, and both of them were against his former club.

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Ronald Araujo will miss the semifinals if Barcelona beats PSG

Araujo was in trouble if he received a yellow card against PSG because of the accumulation of cards he had. Now, with this straight red card, he will miss the first leg of the semifinals of the Champions League if Barcelona advances and best PSG.

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