Ronaldo goes ballistic after referee blows whistle MID-SHOT before ball flies into net as his team suffer crucial loss | The Sun

BRAZIL legend Ronaldo Nazario voiced his anger on Twitter after Real Valladolid had a goal controversially disallowed on Sunday.

Relegation-threatened Valladolid thought they had taken the lead against Sevilla just before half time when Sergio Escudero fired his shot into the bottom-right corner from 30 yards out.

However, referee Miguel Angel Ortiz Arias refused to let the goal stand – despite the fact that he blew the half-time whistle while the ball was travelling into the back of the net.

Valladolid players and staff were left furious as a result and demanded answers from the officials.

Sevilla went on to win the game 3-0, leaving Valladolid just one point above the LaLiga relegation zone.

Ronaldo – who became majority owner of the club in 2018 – took to Twitter to express his frustration after the game.

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He wrote: "INADMISSIBLE what happened today in Zorrilla!

"Until now we had been silent trying to vindicate our dissatisfaction through official means, meetings and petitions, avoiding making a public exposure. But enough already!

"This is professional football and we demand explanations. Mistakes of these dimensions can change an entire season.

"But let one thing be clear: we will fight EVERYTHING and EVERYONE because we are Real Valladolid. Our team, our fans and our city have given everything and no one is going to take it from us."

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Fans were also left in shock, with many claiming that it was the "Biggest robbery ever seen in football."

Others suggested that it was an "injustice".

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