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Exploring the Discourse Between the Coaches of Real Madrid and Liverpool

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The dialogue that took place between Italian Carlo Ancelotti, coach of Real Madrid, and German Jurgen Klopp, coach of Liverpool, after their match yesterday, Wednesday, at the final price of the Champions League, aroused curiosity to know its contents.

Real Madrid knocked Liverpool out of the Champions League final by beating them 1–0 in the second leg and 5–2 in the first leg.

Ancelotti spoke about the conversation that took place, which was not related to the match, but to the previous confrontation between Manchester City and Leipzig in the continental tournament on Tuesday evening, in which City scored by seven points.

His clear that it wasn’t penalty. one in city match there was something else. I think it’s suitable decisions should be accepted. Ancelotti told me that this is not penalty”. -Jürgen Klopp

“We agree that it was not handball,” said Carlo Ancelotti. rice.twitter.com/PdnzoRyqof

– Soccer Spain (@footballespana_) March 16, 2023

Carlo spoke about the penalty that was to be awarded to his team in the 92nd minute and said: “We agreed that it was not a handball. We talked about what happened in the match between City and Leipzig. Leipzig was crazy.” You have to be careful because this is not football. Hit the”. Such a penalty in the Champions League.”

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Historical player Erling Haaland, round of 16 of Champions League!

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And City called a dubious penalty with which its player Erling Haaland opened the scoring in a match with Leipzig, which ended in their 7-0 victory.

And the Italian manager continued his conversation about City’s penalty: “I don’t think anyone noticed it on the pitch, not even Pep Guardiola[Manchester City manager]called for a penalty.”

Source: “Wakalat”

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