- Barcelona have called on their supporters to throng Camp Nou as the club aims to revive their dwindling Champions League fortunes following their recent loss to Inter Milan
- The Catalan giants believe they were served a raw deal by some dodgy refereeing issues in their shock 1-0 loss to the Nerazzurri, and are set to lodge a complaint with UEFA
- Barca had a goal cancelled after Pedri’s strike was ruled out for handball while the referee also waived two penalty appeals
FC Barcelona have called on their supporters to rally behind the team, ahead of their make-or-break Champions League tie against Inter Milan next Wednesday.
The Catalan giants registered their displeasure with the performance of Slavko Vinčić in their matchday three fixture against the Nerazzurri at the Guiseppe Meazza Stadium.
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While Barcelona seek 'justice' from UEFA, the six-time winners of Europe's premier club competition have taken steps to ensure they avenge their painful 1-0 loss to Inter.
The Blaugrana took to the club's official Twitter account to call on all 'Culers' - supporters of FC Barcelona - to throw their weight behind the club in the reverse fixture against the Serie A outfit.
Xavi's men are currently occupying the third spot and any result aside from victory against Inter Milan next Wednesday will dump Barcelona out of the Champions League for the second successive season.
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Barcelona to lodge a complaint to UEFA over 'dodgy' referee decisions against Inter Milan
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Barcelona are appalled by the refereeing decisions that happened in their shock 1-0 loss to Inter Milan in the Champions League and are set to take the matter to UEFA.
Barcelona to lodge an official complaint to UEFA over poor refereeing decisions during UCL loss to Inter Milan
Hakan Calhanoglu’s first-half goal proved to be the difference between both sides as Barcelona succumbed to their second consecutive loss in the Champions League group stage.
Barcelona had a goal chalked off after Pedri’s strike was ruled out for handball, while the referee also waved aside two penalty appeals from the Catalan giants in the game.
Source: Sports Brief News