Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes reportedly launched a foul-mouthed rant at referee Miguel Angel Perez Lasa following his sending-off after his side's 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu this afternoon.
The stopper was booked twice in quick succession for dissent after the final whistle and the official noted the reasons for Valdes's dismissal in his referee's report, according to Goal.com.
"'You [the officials] s**t yourselves [by not awarding a penalty against Madrid at the Bernabeu], you have no shame,'" Perez Lasa claimed Valdes said.
"Once the game was over and while were still on the field of play, I booked Barcelona player, No. 1, Victor Valdes Arribas, for squaring up to me with his arms aloft and his voice shouting, recriminating one of my decisions.
"I then sent off the same player for shouting repeatedly in my face, from just a few centimetres: 'You [the officials] s**t yourselves, you have no shame.'
"After he was sent off, the same player persisted with his attitude and kept on saying, in the same tone: 'You have no shame.'"
The defeat was Barca's second loss to Madrid this week after they were beaten 3-1 in their Copa del Rey semi-final second-leg clash on Tuesday evening.