Everyone is talking about Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid being defeated by Barcelona last Sunday; no-one seems to admit that the Blaugrana’s victory was very dirty after a fan in the home crowd used an illegal manner to distract the visitors on that night.
It was expected that Barcelona fans would distract Cristiano Ronaldo by chanting “there is only one Ronaldo, there is only one Ronaldo, there is only one Ronaldo, and he is not Portuguese”.
Such a method of distraction appeared to be very hostile but it was still far from being over the accepted limit in the world of soccer.
Instead of only cheering Barcelona with a million or a billion voices, a Blaugrana supporter preferred to frighten Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the Real Madrid players by shining lasers during the match.
Iker Casillas, Pepe, and Alvaro Arbeloa were all victims on Sunday, including Cristiano Ronaldo. Despite complaining to the referee during the encounter, the match went on and no action was taken against Barcelona fans.
The shining of lasers reportedly inflicted fear and embarrassment on Real Madrid and the fact that Arbeloa was even hit by a laser in the match underlines Los Blancos’ right to be scared.
This Barcelona fan definitely reacted illegally in El Clasico as his team edged 1-0 winners past Real Madrid in the end. But who knows what the score line would have been if Los Blancos did not feel the amount of pressure that was created through the illegal manner of shining lasers – as lasers are actually not accepted in soccer?
On Cristiano Ronaldo Fan’s Video Page, you will get the chance to view a picture/video of Cristiano Ronaldo being targeted by lasers. Take a close look at the green lights that flashed on Cristiano Ronaldo’s face.
That Barcelona fan, who was apparently so scared of losing at the Camp Nou against the brave Blancos, thought it was necessary to do everything possible (even illegal) to prevent Real Madrid from winning.
At the point when Cristiano Ronaldo might have broken the dead lock with a 25-30 yards free-kick, that particular fan shined the lasers more in order to distract him from seeing clearly.
Indeed, Cristiano Ronaldo could only crash the ball against the wall. Precisely, it hit Sergio Busquet’s arm and Real Madrid should have subsequently been awarded another free-kick.
This didn’t happen though, as the “proud & scared” Blaugrana wanted nothing but a victory at all cost.
One thing is strange and funny. If you have in a team the likes of talented players such as Lionel Messi – whom you portray as the world’s best – why would you waste your time on making someone blind with lasers in order for them not to perform?
Angela Asante, CRF Chief Editor