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Ribery And Vidal Put Viktor Kassai On Blast In A Series Of Instagram Posts

Ribery And Vidal Put Viktor Kassai On Blast In A Series Of Instagram Posts

The Bayern pair are not happy

Nasir Jabbar

Nasir Jabbar

The Hungarian referee remains the center of attention following last nights Champions League encounter between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.

Viktor Kassai has been subject to a barrage of criticism as a result of his shocking referring, as well as his linesman who missed a couple of offside calls.

Ronaldo leveled on the night but looked clearly offside, though it wasn't flagged. To compound Bayern's misery, he then brandished Arturo Vidal with a red card for a nothing tackle.

The pair have since reacted to his horrific officiating by taking to Instagram to post a series of images on their 'story.' And they haven't held back.

They posted images of Ronaldo's two goals, clearly highlighting him being offside while the Frenchman penned a message directed at Kassai.

Ribery wrote the following message; "One year of hard work, thank you referee, bravo!" via Goal.

(The Bayern players remonstrate Kassai's decision to send off Vidal. Image: PA)

Not only were the Bayern players taking to social media to vent their anger, but also Barcelona's Gerard Pique who posted during the quarter-final with a simply yet effective Tweet.

The Tweet exploded racking up thousands of Retweets and Favourites.

Needless to say, it was subject to a shitload of responses including one bizarrely from Crystal Palace's Pape Souare.

The fellow-defender posted an image of Barcelona's infamous clash with Chelsea - you know, the game where Didier Drogba went berserk...

But Souare is now claiming he was hacked. Sure, Pape...

Meanwhile, Barcelona will have to produce 'another' classic Champions League comeback as they seek to overturn a 3-goal deficit against Juventus.

Juventus won't bottle it like PSG, right?

Or will Barcelona do the unthinkable, again?!

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Topics: Franck Ribery, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid