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Sport Lionel Messi's half-time tunnel row with referee is caught on camera

12:20  03 october  2020
12:20  03 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Barcelona captain Lionel Messi confronted a referee in the tunnel to protest Clement Lenglet's red card against Celta Vigo.

The French defender was shown a second yellow card three minutes before half-time during Thursday night's LaLiga fixture for putting an arm across Celta midfielder Denis Suarez.

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Lionel Messi turned the air blue in a furious tirade at the referee during half - time of Barcelona’ s 2-2 The Spanish centre-back told Cope: ‘We all saw Messi pressuring the referee in the tunnel during I do not know if there were cameras , I don’t know if in the second half he will have done it in other ways.

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Messi argued with referee Carlos del Cerro Grande on the field and, as tunnel cam TV footage from Movistar has revealed, didn't let the debate rest during half-time.

Messi, Gerard Pique and manager Ronald Koeman all stood around Del Cerro Grande and demanded an explanation.

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BARCELONA star Lionel Messi was caught on camera making his feelings towards referee Jeses Gil Manzano Barcelona were a goal to the good in the first half thanks to a 19th minute Messi strike. And eagle-eyed fans noticed what Messi did after the full- time whistle when approached by Manzano.

Lionel Messi left raging at the referee over Clement Lenglet' s red card and refuses to shake his hand after Barcelona are held by Girona. The Barcelona captain was furious with Jesus Gil Manzano at the full- time whistle having seen team-mate Clement Lenglet controversially dismissed early in the contest.

The official explains his decision and twice demonstrates the move Lenglet made with his arm.

Koeman looks distinctly unimpressed with something Del Cerro Grande said and Pique was also determined to get his views across.

Eventually the group make their way back onto the field for the second half with the referee again reproducing Lenglet's raised arm for Messi.

In the end, Barcelona's numerical disadvantage counted for little.

Already ahead thanks to Ansu Fati's 11th-minute strike, they went 2-0 up thanks to a Lucas Olaza own goal and completed a 3-0 win thanks to Sergi Roberto late on.

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It is reported that while Messi was waiting outside the referee ’ s room Arteta said: ‘Anda tontorrón, vete y métete en tu vestuario,’ which translates to ‘Move It was Pep Guardiola' s assistant Mikel Arteta who provoked Lionel Messi ' s furious reaction in the tunnel of the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night

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'You can debate whether it was a yellow or not,' said Koeman afterwards. 'It was a tough punishment. It's difficult being a referee. It's a decision we don't have to discuss.

'It was more important to talk about how to play with a man down than to discuss that.

a man standing on top of a grass covered field: Messi was happier at the end as Barcelona won 3-0 to make it two wins out of two this season © Provided by Daily Mail Messi was happier at the end as Barcelona won 3-0 to make it two wins out of two this season a group of young men standing on top of a grass covered field: Despite going down to 10 men, Barcelona looked comfortable all night against Celta Vigo © Provided by Daily Mail Despite going down to 10 men, Barcelona looked comfortable all night against Celta Vigo

'I'm very proud of this team in today's match. We worked very well and played with a lot of discipline in the team, with one man down.

'We're doing a good job. These results invite us to think that we're on the right track.'

Barcelona have won both their opening LaLiga matches and host Sevilla in their next fixture on Sunday evening.

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