Schuster, Real Madrid left shattered by Sevilla

Seydou Keita and Luis Fabiano struck for the hosts midway through the first-half against a Real team which lost Sergio Ramos for two yellow cards five minutes after halftime.

"Where's the referee from?" asked a clearly furious Schuster after the match. "He's Catalan? That says it all. I won't say anything else."

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Asked about Ramos' dismissal, Schuster refused to even acknowledge the question: "I have seen the Sevilla as always. There are no changes in that team, they were very aggressive ..."

The German also said: "You can't compare Valencia and their situation with tonight's Sevilla. The media always talks about the previous game, but there's no comparison.

"The first person in charge is the team - and that's Sevilla. They won 2-0, there's nothing else to say."

Real Madrid sports chief Pedja Mijatovic later emerged to claim of being abused by Sevilla fans as he and fellow directors watched the game.

Mijatovic barked: "When we came, we knew that we were going to have an atmosphere that was against us. Everything has culminated with our destroyed bus. I cannot begin understanding it.

"They have been insulting us in the director's box, I have never experienced such a situation."

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