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Francisco J. Márquez: “FC Porto holds the world record for penalty shootouts disallowed by VAR” – FC Porto

Francisco J. Márquez: “FC Porto holds the world record for penalty shootouts disallowed by VAR” – FC Porto

Francisco J. Márquez continued his criticism of Luis Gonçalves regarding FC Porto's match with Rio Ave, where the Dragons complained about a poor penalty kick reversed by referee Antonio Nobre and VAR Fabio Melo. “This time, more than we are facing an error in the refereeing team’s evaluation, we are facing a different degree of fraudulent sporting truth. Referee Fabio Melo’s behavior, of showing only one type of image to the referee, deliberately urged the referee to make a mistake. What he did was helpless. “He did not show him the pictures showing that there was a touch. This forced the referee, Antonio Nobre, to make the mistake. It is a very serious matter. It is an inexplicable mistake,” the director of the FC Porto communications team said in an interview with Porto TV, adding that they are awaiting clarification from the arbitration board. It's good that Joao Ferreira is making this sound so well and that the arbitration board has given clarification on the move. These things only happen in FC Porto matches. Then there is another uniqueness in FC Porto's matches: the constant and constant intervention of VAR to decide 'away penalty kicks against Porto. Even by cell phone, they have already executed a penalty kick against Porto this season. FC Porto holds the world record for penalty kicks canceled VAR technology. In Besa there was a very clear penalty kick and then VAR remained silent. This is a joke with the Portuguese championship. It would be good if there was the courage to explain this publicly. They are making the Portuguese championship a third world championship, and they punish anyone who has the audacity to say that The king goes naked, but Francisco J. Márquez added: “The king gets really naked.”

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