Sánchez Martínez will direct the classic at the Santiago Bernabéu

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    Sánchez Martí nez will direct the clasico at the Santiago Bernabéu

José María Sánchez Martínez will be the one in charge of directing the classic that will have take place on Sunday, October 16 at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (4:15 p.m.). On the other hand, the canary Alejandro Hernández Hernández will be who assists you from the VAR.

The one next weekend will be the sixth classic that he will direct The Murcian referee, who has been refereeing in the highest category of Spanish football since 2015. In previous precedents, the balance is favorable to the Catalan team, with three wins for Barça and two for Real. Madrid.

The rest of the arbitration appointments confirmed by La Liga:

One of the two victories for the white team took place on matchday ten of La Liga last season at the Camp Nou. On that occasion, the pupils of Carlo Ancelotti beat the players led at the time by Ronald Koeman (1-2), in a match that will remembered for being the only one in which Sergio Agúero saw the goal as a Barça footballer.

On the other hand, in a classic corresponding to the 2020- 2021, Sánchez Martínez he pointed out a maximum penalty favorable to Real Madrid after a grab by Lenglet on Sergio Ramos within the area. area that raised Much controversy at the time. The Sevillian center-back himself took responsibility for converting the penalty and paved the way. the banks' path to victory (1-3).

Hernández Hernández, who will be In the VAR, he was also the protagonist in January 2017 due to a ghost goal by Luis Suárez in the Benito Villamarín was supposed to have crossed the line, but the Canarian and his assistants opted not to go on the scoreboard. At that time, VAR had not yet been put into use.

Sunday will be the first time that the Murcian will direct a match of Barçathis season. However, this is not the case for the white team, since the Murcian referee refereed the match. Matchday 4 played at the Santiago Bernabéu between Real Madrid and Real Betis. The locals prevailed by the minimum (2-1) and only one Verdiblanco footballer, Edgar González, was booked.

The duel between contenders for the title comes at a time of doubt for both despite being co-leaders with a balance of 22 points out of a possible 24. In the case of Xavi's team, the European disappointment against Inter Milan (3 -3) could take its toll on the mood of the locker room. Real Madrid, meanwhile, comes to the match after drawing 'in extremis' against Shakhtar Donetsk (1-1) and did not pass the match. of the draw in their last league match at home against Osasuna (1-1).