Conspiracy theories are fun and all, but once in a while, they turn out to be right.
This one will at least make you consider the possibilities.
After Juve came from behind to beat Atlético Madrid 3-2 on aggregate, many Atléti fans were crying foul over the controversial penalty that allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to complete his hat-trick.
However, one such fan, @Cholo14Rey on Twitter, wanted to focus on Ronaldo’s second goal – a goal that was given as a result of goal-line technology.
Without the technology, few would have argued that Atléti goalkeeper Jan Oblak made a phenomenal save.
In the video, this Twitter user does make a lot of very good points that took a couple of possible glitches into account, including ball size and a dent in the GLT model.
Makes you really think, was it really a goal?
¡¡¡ESCÁNDALO!!! ¡¡El segundo gol de la Juve no entró!! La tecnología de gol de la Uefa es una estafa y aquí se demuestra. pic.twitter.com/iVTpVKwlIR
— Rey Cholo (@Cholo14Rey) March 14, 2019