Barca President Josep Maria Bartomeu has accused the VAR of being too easy on Real Madrid.
He feels that VAR is more in favour of rivals Real Madrid, and spoke about against this.
“I saw the game in Bilbao, another win for Madrid,” Bartomeu told Movistar. “Our message, which I will repeat: I feel bad, but VAR is not at the level that we hoped for the best league in the world.
“Since the league restarted, it’s not been very fair and that’s having an effect on results. And it seems it always favours the same [team]. There have been many games when VAR has favoured the same [team] — and many teams have been disadvantaged as a result.
“We spoke with the [Royal Spanish Football Federation] about it in the past. VAR should help referees but in the images everyone has seen in recent weeks it’s not been fair.”
Further, Bartomeu dismissed rumours of head coach Quique Setien getting sacked – and said that Barcelona completely supports the manager till the La Liga and Champions League is won.
“Quique has our support,” the president said. “We’ve seen a dynamic performance today and we’re going to fight until the end for La Liga and then we have the Champions League.”