Tibor Kurtow speaks: Speaking to BT Sport after the game, the Real Madrid goalkeeper was asked about VAR's big decision in the first half. Needless to say, he thinks this is a great solution, though he seems very confused about why he is given. He thinks it is a non-existent ambush in the title of the game (the title of De Lig by Matthew) before his rick, which led Nikolay Tagliafico heading the ball past him.
Danny Baker of Broadcasting has spoken on the main subject of tonight's talks.
Though I fully agree with him, the problem of tonight's decision is more with the ambush rule than with something that concerns VAR. If it is required to screen a TV screen by several people to decide finally that a player is ambushed with a few pixels in the goal of building a goal, then this is an asshole.
Full day: Ajax 1-2 Real Madrid
Peep! Peep! Peeeeeep! A fun game ended and Real Madrid led 2-1 to Bernabeu due to his late strike. Despite Ajax's heroic efforts, whose players look devastated, the goals of Karim Benzema and Marco Asencio on both sides of Hakim Ziech's strike in the 75th minute give Real the advantage.
90 + 2 minutes: Chance !!! Only to be thrilled by Thibaut Courtois to win the ball, Kasper Dolberg scares his shot under the pressure of a defender.
90 minutes: Sergio Ramos is a yellow card and decides he will come out of the next game to wipe his clean bag. He pulls his foot up and strengthens Kasper Dolberg, and regularly oblige him to take his name.
Anyway, let's get back to the goal. With Madrid's assault, Marco Asencio escaped from his Donnie van de Beek to the far post to feed his home wonderful crossed that Carvahal had shrunk through Ajax's right wing from the right flank.
Oh, for God's love. The Referee should consult his team again as they consider another possible foul in the accumulation. Players do not know what's going on, fans do not know what's going on … after a brief pause long enough to be extremely irritating, he points to the central circle and the stand.
OBJECTIVE! Ajax 1-2 Real Madrid (Assenio 87)
Madrid takes the lead when the game comes in. Of course.
85 minutes: Real Madrid's change from a few minutes ago: Vinicius Junior, Mariano Diaz.
83 minutes: Yellow card for Lucas Vazquez, who was booked for David Neres cynical foil.
82 minutes: Asensio again tries his luck remotely, but this effort is blocked by Matthijs de Ligt.
81 min: Ona recedes a corner with a terribly poor clearance. In order to be fair to him, the ball took the fiery talcum of the discarded plastic cup that had been blown or thrown to the ground.
79 min: Marco Asencio tries to make a speculative shot and this is a great effort that surprises Andre Onan and goes to the side net.
He stands !!! I'm not sure why there was not, but there were a few nervous moments when Real's players complained about a challenge they considered illegal in building the goal. It was a pretty clear finish for Ziyech, who stood up in front of his man to put the home of the ball that Neres had taken from his left.
OBJECTIVE! Ajax 1-1 Real Madrid (Zeeach 75)
This is a square in Amsterdam, as Hakim Zieche is equalizing for the hosts !!! But wait, Real's players surround the judge …
74 minutes: Kasper Dolberg is right in action, firing high above the bar after making a nice angle to stay around and catch a clean ball.
72 minutes: Ajax Replacement: Lasse Sean makes way for his compatriot Kasper Dolberg. Real Madrid: Karim Benzema, Marko Asencio.
71 minutes: Hakim Zieje is on a free kick and is on goal, but does not disturb Kurto.
70 min: Sergio Regglio, Madrid's young native, who holds Marcelo on the Real Madrid side, is booked after winning a free kick a few meters away from his own penalty area and being booked. It is 27 meters from the door and in a wonderful position.
68 min: Kasper Dolberg is on his way to Ajax. Standing on the line, getting final instructions from Erik ten hags, the young Dane looks about 12 years old.
64 minutes: Daley Blind plays a splendid ball in Real Madrid's penalty box, trying to pick Tagliafico in a good position. Karvahal well defends the ball, keeping the left side of Ajax, allowing Tibou Kurto to collect the ball.
62 minutes: It's heartbreaking for Ajax, but it is monotonically predictable from Real Madrid, who were bleak in the first half but went through the first 15 minutes of the second.
60 minutes: Real Change: Gareth Bale off, Lucas Vasquez.
OBJECTIVE! Ajax 0-1 Real Madrid (Benzema 59)
A brilliant Vinisius game coming up behind Mazraoui cuts the inside of the box and breaks Benzema, who breaks the ball past Andre Onan.
58 minutes: Real's Magic of Incessant Possession is interrupted by Vinisius' foul on the game of Marzouy, who is winning a free kick for his team.
57 min: Bale shoots the ball out to Vinicius on the left flank, while Real enjoys a continuous possession.
55 minutes: Luka Modric embraces a passage designed for Gareth Bale on the right. As fast as possible, the Welsh wing can not prevent the ball from playing.
53 minutes: Hakim Ziyech is booked for a flight to challenge Gareth Bale. Now he is one of Ajax's six players, who are currently walking with what is known in the trade as a "disciplinary hill", a yellow card away from triggering an automatic ban.
50 min: Neres hits the ambush trap to catch the ball from the depth. Raising the ball wide, he makes a clever savior from Kurtuta with a rough drive. Angle for Ajax, from which nothing comes.
50 min: The expulsion of the matches from Onana to Real Madrid, as Carvajal took advantage. A period of sustained pressure from Real led to Carvehal's emergence at Benzema on the edge of the box. His arrows fired at the bottom right corner, but Onana tossed to the left to save.
49 minutes: Karvahal takes Bale to the right. His square ball to Benzema is torn and cleared.
47 min: Incidentally, there are no staff changes on both sides of the half-time.
Second Half: Ajax 0-0 Real Madrid
46 minutes: Ajax led the ball to roll over for the second half after it ordered Real Madrid for 45 minutes. They were exceptional and Real was poor, but the stalemate remained unchanged.
More about this VAR solution: It seems certain that Dusan Tadic was considered ambushed and intervened in the game when Matthias de Ligt led the ball. A very, very pity for Ajax. It was so tight that VAR, which we were told it would take only seconds, took two minutes and 50 seconds to clear that.
Half way: Ajax 0-0 Real Madrid
Players go on holiday, with some of them absolutely furious. They marked and celebrated what looked like a perfectly legitimate goal only to shut it down after it looked like an eternity after the judge had interacted with his video assistant referee team and then forensically explored a goal on his own monitor. Ajax players and fans who have come to see them have no idea why the goal is off. The court will be relieved if it hides.
45 + 1 min: Ajax won a free kick for a fake caraval in Tagliafico between the penalty area and the line. Lasse Sean connects his luck with an ambitious shot, but Corto saves it easily.
44 minutes: VAR is far from perfection, but it can easily be much less imperfect. It is absolutely absurd that no one at the stadium or watching TV knows why this goal is excluded. For what it is worth, my goal looked good.
NO OBJECTIVE! He returned to Ajax 0-0 Real Madrid
Critics of VAR will have a field for a day with this one. Ajax won several corners in a quick succession and in one, Mattijs de Ligt directed powerful goalkeepers. Thibaut Courtois could not do anything to stop a goal and the ball went out. With his goalie, Taliyafifo headed for an unguarded network of seven or eight yards.
After a very long pause for VAR's intervention, the referee dismissed her for both ambushes – Dusan Tadic stood before Quartu when the goal was scored, probably in ambush, and seemed to have been interfered with. This seems a rough decision.
39 min: Or they? There is a pause in the game as the judge calls for some VAR intervention before heading to the line to check his monitor for himself.
OBJECTIVE! Ajax 1-0 Real Madrid (Tagliafico 38)
Ajax went ahead, deserved, largely thanks to the monumental cover of Thibaut Courtois.