Real Madrid director Miguel Pardeza has expressed his disappointment with the referee's performance in the wake of Wednesday's 1-1 draw against Villarreal.
Sergio Ramos and Mesut Ozil were both dismissed in Wednesday's encounter, while fitness coach Rui Faria and head coach Jose Mourinho were both sent to the stands.
Villarreal attacker Marco Ruben, on the other hand, escaped a red card after seemingly receiving two bookings, and Pardeza has remarked that Madrid are only looking for the same treatment as any other side.
"We just want to play under the same conditions as any other team. All we are asking for is to be treated like the rest," Pardeza was quoted as saying by Marca.
"We share the team's outrage and perplexity with what's happened. We understand that some players were unable to suppress their astonishment and frustration.
"This was a refereeing performance that we have yet to see for Barcelona. We are concerned about the apparent unequal treatment."
Real Madrid resume La Liga action on Saturday when they take on Real Sociedad at the Santiago Bernabeu.
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