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Gianluigi Buffon won't back down over Michael Oliver comments

15 April 2018

In the match, Juve overturned a 3-0 deficit, scoring three of their own unanswered goals, only for Oliver to award Real Madrid an injury-time penalty.

"I think he exaggerated the part about a crime against the humanity of sports being committed, but it should be understood that it was his last game in the Champions League and he expected to win it". For so long the Champions League has been the elusive trophy, the trophy he has needed to complete the set and sign off on an enviably illustrious career.

After penalising Medhi Benatia's challenge on Lucas Vasquez, Oliver suddenly found himself surrounded by incensed Juve players, with an irate Buffon front and centre.

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"So at the end of the day, what I said after the match, I don't hold any rancour towards Oliver". I didn't see it. 'I wish them the best and it has always been an honour for me to face this club, but objectively we at least deserved to go to extra time'.

He had told BT Sport, "It was a soft penalty decision, but we think he just got it right".

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After seeing red, Buffon was scathing of Oliver following the match, saying the Englishman had a "trash can" instead of a heart, while dismissing the official's ability to referee in such a high-profile match. I'm not even angry with him.

"If he had retired before, he would have avoided some disappointments like the Sweden and Real Madrid games". When I don't feel I'm good enough, I put myself in a corner.

However, the Italian great was quoted previous year saying he wanted to end his career the same way Zinedine Zidane did over a decade ago. To be honest with you, it will be hard for a lot of people to take such decision at that period of time being human. "But for Oliver to follow the rule of the game, he was entirely right". Giving a penalty like that after a memorable match, sending off someone who has never been red-carded for dissent in his life in my final game, is simply not acceptable.

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Gianluigi Buffon won't back down over Michael Oliver comments