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Monday, 16 April 2018

UEFA 'strongly condemns' Michael Oliver abuse

UEFA have condemned abuse aimed at English referee Micheal Oliver following his officiating in the 3-1 UEFA champions league clash between Real Madrid and Juventus.

Recall that Oliver handed Real Madrid a penalty in the 90 minutes after Benatia fouled Vazquez. He handed Buffon a red card.

Cristiano Ronaldo netted the penalty to hand Real Madrid a 4-3 aggregate scoreline.

Oliver and his wife, who is also a referee, have been subjected to abuse and threats in the wake of the match, with UEFA demanding action against those responsible.

A UEFA spokesperson said: "UEFA strongly condemns the abuse directed at Michael Oliver and his wife.

"We have been in contact with them to offer our support and we trust the relevant authorities to take action against those individuals who have behaved inappropriately both on and off social media."

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