It has now reportedly been revealed what FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, who was angry he had a goal disallowed against Valencia on Sunday night, said to the referee during the incident.
The Argentine was denied a goal in Barca's 1-1 draw with Valencia in La Liga on Sunday, with replays and images showing that the ball definitely crossed the line.
The disallowed strike is still being discussed two days after it occurred, especially as it would have given Barca a seemingly unassailable lead at the top of the table.
After the incident, Messi and his Barca colleagues were seen remonstrating with the referee, and Mundo Deportivo reportedly believe they know what the Argentine's exact words were.
"You are wrong, now you are going to see it," he said, according to Spanish publication.
"The line is here and the ball is there."
It has since been speculated that La Liga could introduce goal-line technology next season, which will surely help avoid situations like this from happening again.
Messi has scored 16 goals and assisted a further six strikes in 20 matches for the Blaugrana so far this season.
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