A provocative response from the President of La Liga regarding “Hawk Eye” in El Clásico

Javier Tebas, President of La Liga, responded to the criticism directed at him about why the goal-line technique known as Hawk-Eye was not present in the Spanish League competition in general this season, and how it negatively affected the Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Lamine Yamal’s ball that crossed the goal line is still the subject of great controversy in El Clásico, as there is no angle to show whether it passed the entire perimeter or whether the video technology decision was correct not to count it, and the Barcelona players considered that what happened was a “disgrace” and that the goal was correct.

In turn, Tebas contented himself with a very provocative reaction, as he posted a tweet on the X website that read, “No comment,” and attached various articles talking about Hawk Eye technical errors in major European leagues in recent years.

The Spanish media had confirmed that the main reason for the lack of Falcon Eye technology was that Tebas saw it as expensive and refused to pay an amount ranging from 3 to 4 million euros to FIFA in order to bring it into his competition.

Tebas is adamant, however, that the matter has nothing to do with money, but rather that it is in the first place related to it being useless, which certainly shows how incorrect it is given what happened in El Clásico and the controversy that has existed so far.

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