This Sunday the first women’s classic in history that resulted in a win by a landslide, 0-4, for Barça. A defeat that was expected for Real Madrid given the little running of the team, which debuted in the First Iberdrola.

However, the film could have been different if an arbitration decision when the match was only 0-1 for the culé team it would have been taken differently. That is, at least, what the Madrid forward denounces Kosovare Asllani, who complained in collegiate networks.

His goal was annulled by, according to the referee Marta Frías, there was a lack of Asllani on Barça goalkeeper Sandra Paños. But the sequence shared in networks by the Swedish forward, of course, seems to make it clear that the decision should have been another.

“We need VAR”

Asllani also requested the presence of video refereeing also in women’s football to avoid these types of errors: “Having 1-1 at halftime instead of 0-1 is a big difference. We need VAR in women’s football because this is me, missing the goalkeeper.”