The club were eliminated from the Champions League at the death on Tuesday evening, thanks to a last gasp double-salvo from Borussia Dortmund to turn 1-2 into 3-2.
Malaga,┬áwho have seen their owner accuse UEFA of racism yesterday and today,┬áhave confirmed via director Casado of their intention to officially complain to the European gameÔÇÖs governing body.
ÔÇ£We want to say from the point of view of the club that we are outraged by the injustice that the club has experienced,ÔÇØ Casado told reporters at the airport after the game.
ÔÇ£I want to say that the club will file an official complaint to UEFA over the refereeing. We regret that in the quarter-final the players have suffered, after the game that we have seen.
ÔÇ£The level of officiating is not at the level that a quarter-final deserves, for the players, the fans, both from Dortmund and Malaga. We are outraged.
ÔÇ£Our complaint is not going to be against UEFA, it will be against a level of arbitration we had expected, but did not find.
ÔÇ£The clubs are required to be at a level of organisation and to put on a show, thatÔÇÖs what we are doing, we also ask that the rest of the things involved are at that level, and one of them, which is the most important, is that of the refereeing.ÔÇØ