Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez said he was outraged at what he believed were refereeing injustices

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 after two handball decisions went against his side in Tuesday's 1-0 Champions League defeat to Inter Milan.

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Hakan Calhanoglu scored the only goal of the game in first-half stoppage time

but the match ended in controversy when Barca had an equaliser ruled out for handball before they were denied a late penalty

Inter have six points after three games in Group C, three fewer than leaders Bayern Munich and three more than Barca.

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Inter and Barca meet again next Wednesday at Camp Nou.

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"I am angry and indignant about what we have seen, it is an injustice," Xavi fumed in a news conference after the game at the San Siro.

source:daily sabah

I can't speak about a decision I have not made. For me, [the decisions were] crystal clear. I don't understand it at all."

Barca's fury multiplied in stoppage time when a possible handball by Dumfries, taking the ball away from Ansu in the box, was not given as a penalty.

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